Definition of Musquashes

1. musquash [n] - See also: musquash



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Musquashes

muslined
muslinet
muslinets
muslinlike
muslins
musmon
musmons
musnud
muso
musomania
musophobia
musos
muspike
muspikes
musquash
musquashes (current term)
musquaw
musquaws
musquet
musqueteer
musquetoon
musquets
musquito
musquitoes
musquitos
musrol
musrols
muss
muss-be
musse

Literary usage of Musquashes

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1. Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge by Charles Knight (1840)
"The habitations of the musquashes and the mode of hunting them are thus described by the Doctor:—' In the autumn, before the shallow lakes and swamps freeze ..."

2. The Penny Cyclopædia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge by Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (Great Britain), George Long (1840)
"Dr. Richardson (Fauna Boreali-Americana), from whom the abridged description is taken, and to whose details we refer the reader, states that the musquashes ..."

3. An American Glossary by Richard Hopwood Thornton (1912)
"1674 The musquashes is a small beast that lives in shallow ponds.—Josselyn, ' Voyage to N. England,' p. 86. (NED) 1768 " 920 Musquash, 59 Wood Chucks, ..."

4. The History of New-Hampshire by Jeremy Belknap, John Farmer (1862)
"... 10 otters, 6 musquashes and on martin more, that Captain Neale had ... on other fox skin, 3 racoon skins, 14 musquashes two of them with stones. ..."

5. Provincial and State Papers by New Hampshire (1867)
"... 10 otters, 6 musquashes and on [e] martin; more that Capt. ... on [e] other fox skin, 3 racoon skins, 14 musquashes, two of them with stones. ..."

6. Provincial Papers: Documents and Records Relating to the Province of New by Nathaniel Bouton, New Hampshire General Court (1867)
"... 10 otters, 6 musquashes and on [e] martin; more that Capt. ... on [e] other fox skin, 3 racoon skins, 14 musquashes, two of them with stones. ..."

7. Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge by Charles Knight (1840)
"The habitations of the musquashes and the mode of hunting them are thus described by the Doctor:—' In the autumn, before the shallow lakes and swamps freeze ..."

8. The Penny Cyclopædia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge by Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (Great Britain), George Long (1840)
"Dr. Richardson (Fauna Boreali-Americana), from whom the abridged description is taken, and to whose details we refer the reader, states that the musquashes ..."

9. An American Glossary by Richard Hopwood Thornton (1912)
"1674 The musquashes is a small beast that lives in shallow ponds.—Josselyn, ' Voyage to N. England,' p. 86. (NED) 1768 " 920 Musquash, 59 Wood Chucks, ..."

10. The History of New-Hampshire by Jeremy Belknap, John Farmer (1862)
"... 10 otters, 6 musquashes and on martin more, that Captain Neale had ... on other fox skin, 3 racoon skins, 14 musquashes two of them with stones. ..."

11. Provincial and State Papers by New Hampshire (1867)
"... 10 otters, 6 musquashes and on [e] martin; more that Capt. ... on [e] other fox skin, 3 racoon skins, 14 musquashes, two of them with stones. ..."

12. Provincial Papers: Documents and Records Relating to the Province of New by Nathaniel Bouton, New Hampshire General Court (1867)
"... 10 otters, 6 musquashes and on [e] martin; more that Capt. ... on [e] other fox skin, 3 racoon skins, 14 musquashes, two of them with stones. ..."

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