Definition of Pistoles

1. Noun. (plural of pistole) ¹



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Definition of Pistoles

1. pistole [n] - See also: pistole

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pistoles

pistol-shot femoral sound
pistol-shot sound
pistol-whip
pistol-whipping
pistol grip
pistol grips
pistol shrimp
pistolade
pistolades
pistole
pistoled
pistoleer
pistoleers
pistolero
pistoleros
pistoles (current term)
pistolet
pistolets
pistolier
pistoliers
pistoling
pistolled
pistolling
pistols
pistols at dawn
piston
piston chamber
piston engine
piston engines
piston pulse

Literary usage of Pistoles

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1. History of the Mathematical Theory of Probability from the Time of Pascal to by Isaac Todhunter (1865)
"Thus, if the first player gains, 64 pistoles belong to him, and if he loses, 32 pistoles belong to him. If, then, the players do not wish to play this game, ..."

2. A Short Account of the History of Mathematics by Walter William Rouse Ball (1908)
"without playing it, the first player would say to the second, " I am certain of 32 pistoles even if I lose this game, and as for the other 32 pistoles ..."

3. Report on the Intercolonial Railway Exploratory Survey: Made Under by Sandford Fleming (1865)
"By the beginning of December, a continuous line of levels and other measurements were made from Trois pistoles to Apohaqui Station, about midway on the ..."

4. The Maritime Provinces: A Handbook for Travellers : a Guide to the Chief by Moses Foster Sweetser (1875)
"Between Bic and Trois pistoles, but not visible from the river, ... Trois pistoles (two good hotels) is a thriving village of 650 inhabitants, ..."

5. The Maritime Provinces: A Handbook for Travellers : a Guide to the Chief by Moses Foster Sweetser, James R. Osgood and Company (1883)
"It has no name t it will he baptized at a later day." " WaH, then," said the traveller, "name it Trois pistoles. ..."

6. History of the Mathematical Theory of Probability from the Time of Pascal to by Isaac Todhunter (1865)
"Thus, if the first player gains, 64 pistoles belong to him, and if he loses, 32 pistoles belong to him. If, then, the players do not wish to play this game, ..."

7. A Short Account of the History of Mathematics by Walter William Rouse Ball (1908)
"without playing it, the first player would say to the second, " I am certain of 32 pistoles even if I lose this game, and as for the other 32 pistoles ..."

8. Report on the Intercolonial Railway Exploratory Survey: Made Under by Sandford Fleming (1865)
"By the beginning of December, a continuous line of levels and other measurements were made from Trois pistoles to Apohaqui Station, about midway on the ..."

9. The Maritime Provinces: A Handbook for Travellers : a Guide to the Chief by Moses Foster Sweetser (1875)
"Between Bic and Trois pistoles, but not visible from the river, ... Trois pistoles (two good hotels) is a thriving village of 650 inhabitants, ..."

10. The Maritime Provinces: A Handbook for Travellers : a Guide to the Chief by Moses Foster Sweetser, James R. Osgood and Company (1883)
"It has no name t it will he baptized at a later day." " WaH, then," said the traveller, "name it Trois pistoles. ..."

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