Definition of Milkmaids

1. Noun. (plural of milkmaid) ¹



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Definition of Milkmaids

1. milkmaid [n] - See also: milkmaid

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Milkmaids

milkie
milkier
milkies
milkiest
milkily
milkiness
milkinesses
milking
milking machine
milking shorthorn
milking stool
milkings
milkless
milklike
milkmaid
milkmaids (current term)
milkman
milkmen
milko
milkos
milkpan
milkpans
milkpox
milks
milkshake
milkshakelike
milkshakes
milkshed
milksheds
milksop

Literary usage of Milkmaids

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Historic Incidents and Life in India by Caleb Wright, J. A. Brainerd (1863)
"One sect, who are worshippers of Krishna, though men, put on the dress and ornaments, and assume the manners, of milkmaids. ..."

2. Old English Popular Music by William Chappell, Harry Ellis Wooldridge (1893)
"A copy of the ballad was in the collection of Mr. George Daniel, of Canonbury. [*J THE MERRY MERRY milkmaids. r -p • Moderate.] The Dancing Master, 1650, ..."

3. A Foreign View of England in the Reigns of George I. & George II.: The by César de Saussure (1902)
"... of fathers and mothers—Christmas Day- St. Valentine's Day—milkmaids on May Day—Oak leaves—Tit leeks of Wales—Crosses—Bridewell—About a thief who is thes ..."

4. Letters of James Smetham by James Smetham (1892)
"... And curly milkmaids sing among the herds, And every daisy opens wide its cup To drink the sunbeams and the flashing dews, And gleaming gossamers sow the ..."

5. Russia Through the Stereoscope: A Journey Across the Land of the Czar from by Mabel Sarah Emery (1901)
"... we shall be able to meet a most grotesque procession of milkmaids ! 87. The milkmaids of Kief. Aren't they comical to see, with their big feet, ..."

6. Old and New London: A Narrative of Its History, Its People, and Its Places by Walter Thornbury (1893)
"... Vauxhall—Wellington witnessing the Battle of Waterloo over again—The Gardens in the Last of their Glory -Hayman's Picture of the " milkmaids on May-day ..."

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