Definition of Poshteen
1. posteen [n -S] - See also: posteen
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Literary usage of Poshteen
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Monthly Review by Charles William Wason (1843)
"I left the bedding, which was occupied by Mrs. Sturt and her husband, and doubled up my legs in a straw chair of Johnson's, covering myself with my poshteen ..."
2. A British Officer in the Balkans: The Account of a Journey Through Dalmatia by Percy Edward Henderson (1909)
"On our return we photographed some of the natives of Jezero, in especial two men wearing undressed sheepskin coats, similar to the poshteen of northern ..."
3. Field-Marshal Sir Donald Stewart, G.C.B., G.C.S.I., C.I.E.: G. C. B., G. C by G R Elsmie (1903)
"Then over my bedding I have an enormous poshteen and my ulster, with night-cap. In the daytime I wear all these things with leather waistcoat, shooting coat ..."
4. Lieutenant-Colonel John Haughton, Commandant of the 36th Sikhs, a Hero of by Arthur Campbell Yate (1900)
"I then had to give it up, and about 3.30 am I lay down on some soft stones with a bag of atta as a pillow. I had my poshteen on, fortunately, but my pony, ..."