Definition of Nimrods

1. Noun. (plural of Nimrod) ¹



2. Noun. (plural of nimrod) ¹

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Definition of Nimrods

1. nimrod [n] - See also: nimrod

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nimrods

nimieties
nimiety
nimini-pimini
niminy-piminy
nimious
nimite
nimmed
nimmer
nimmers
nimming
nimodipine
nimonic
nimono
nimorazole
nimotuzumab
nimrods (current term)
nims
nimshies
nimshy
nimustine
nin-sin
nincom
nincompoop
nincompooperies
nincompoopery
nincompoops
nincoms
nincum
nincums
nine

Literary usage of Nimrods

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1. Apollo's Warriors: United States Air Force Special Operations During the by Michael E. Haas (1998)
"The nimrods What had started out in May 1966 as a six- months-only combat trial for the A-26s turned into a dangerous, three-year-long snake hunt. ..."

2. Fores's Sporting Notes & Sketches. a Quarterly Magazine Descriptive of (1885)
"Some are nimrods, or ' mighty hunters,' from their birth; others most plainly prove, by their ways and manners in the hunting-field, that they are not ..."

3. Select Discourses by John Smith, Simon Patrick, John Worthington (1821)
"How that magnanimity and puissance, which religion begets in holy souls, differs from and excels that gallantry and puissance which the great nimrods of ..."

4. Letters from the Highlands, Or, The Famine of 1847 by Robert Somers (1848)
"LETTEE V. A Glance at the Deer Forests—Their Rapid Extension—Modern nimrods— Clearances of Sheep to make room for Beer—Effects upon the People— Motives of ..."

5. Seasons with the Sea-horses; Or, Sporting Adventures in the Northern Seas by James Lamont (1861)
"Nautical nimrods.— Amusing Walrus-hunt. — Gun bursts. I HAVE often been asked " what the inhabitants of Spitzbergen are like ?" but I need scarcely mention ..."

6. A Yankee in Pigmy Land by William Edgar Geil (1905)
"IMPEDIMENTA, MINIATURE nimrods, TRADE, FIGHTING, INTELLIGENCE, PRIDE, FUN, NEIGHBOURS, POSSIBILITIES, A PLEA. Pigmies are Pigmies still, though perched on ..."

7. Sporting Adventures in the Far West by John Mortimer Murphy (1879)
"... by their tracks—Use of a field-glass—Qualities of a successful hunter— Characteristics of best nimrods—Difference between field and target shooting. ..."

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