Definition of Scarths

1. scarth [n] - See also: scarth



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scarths

scarproof
scarps
scarre
scarred
scarres
scarrier
scarriest
scarring
scarring alopecia
scarrings
scarry
scars
scart
scarted
scarth
scarths (current term)
scarting
scarts
scarus
scarved
scarves
scary
scat singing
scatback
scatbacks
scatch
scatches
scatemia
scath

Literary usage of Scarths

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

1. The Registers of Topcliffe, and Morley, in the W.R. of the County of York by William Smith, Joseph Horsfall Turner (1888)
"... of the scarths in the Leeds and Morley district. To a James Scarth, who was bor n in 1670, and whose remains now rest in the graveyard at Wood Kirk, ..."

2. The Registers of Topcliffe, and Morley, in the W. R. of the County of York by William Smith, Joseph Horsfall Turner (1888)
"... and whose remains now rest in the graveyard at Wood Kirk, near Wakefield, I can trace in a direct line most of the scarths in this neighbourhood. ..."

3. The New Statistical Account of Scotland (1845)
"Zoology.—Sea-fowl in abundance breed on our rocks and holms, and many eggs are taken in the breeding season. scarths, gulls, kittiwakes ..."

4. The New Statistical Account of Scotland (1845)
"... and granite in veins. Zoology.—Sea-fowl in abundance breed on our rocks and holms, and many eggs are taken in the breeding season. scarths, gulls ..."

5. The History of the County of Lincoln: From the Earliest Period to the by Thomas Allen (1834)
"... and the boundaries include the several parishes of Great Grimsby, Great Coates, Little Coates, Bradley, Laceby, Wal- tham, scarths, Clee, ..."

6. Kirkwall in the Orkneys by Buckham Hugh Hossack (1900)
"From the scarths the house was purchased by the late Dr Stewart. The Doctor's ancestors had long held property in the Laverock, but on the other side of the ..."

7. The Registers of Topcliffe, and Morley, in the W.R. of the County of York by William Smith, Joseph Horsfall Turner (1888)
"... of the scarths in the Leeds and Morley district. To a James Scarth, who was bor n in 1670, and whose remains now rest in the graveyard at Wood Kirk, ..."

8. The Registers of Topcliffe, and Morley, in the W. R. of the County of York by William Smith, Joseph Horsfall Turner (1888)
"... and whose remains now rest in the graveyard at Wood Kirk, near Wakefield, I can trace in a direct line most of the scarths in this neighbourhood. ..."

9. The New Statistical Account of Scotland (1845)
"Zoology.—Sea-fowl in abundance breed on our rocks and holms, and many eggs are taken in the breeding season. scarths, gulls, kittiwakes ..."

10. The New Statistical Account of Scotland (1845)
"... and granite in veins. Zoology.—Sea-fowl in abundance breed on our rocks and holms, and many eggs are taken in the breeding season. scarths, gulls ..."

11. The History of the County of Lincoln: From the Earliest Period to the by Thomas Allen (1834)
"... and the boundaries include the several parishes of Great Grimsby, Great Coates, Little Coates, Bradley, Laceby, Wal- tham, scarths, Clee, ..."

12. Kirkwall in the Orkneys by Buckham Hugh Hossack (1900)
"From the scarths the house was purchased by the late Dr Stewart. The Doctor's ancestors had long held property in the Laverock, but on the other side of the ..."

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