Definition of Seckles

1. seckle [n] - See also: seckle



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Seckles

secess
secession
secessionism
secessionisms
secessionist
secessionists
secessions
sech
sechium
sechs
seck
seckel
seckel pear
seckels
seckle
seckles (current term)
secle
secles
secluded
secludedly
secludedness
secludednesses
secludes
secluding
seclusion
seclusion lodge
seclusion lodges
seclusion of pupil
seclusionary

Literary usage of Seckles

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1. The Horticulturist, and Journal of Rural Art and Rural Taste by Luther Tucker (1874)
"Let us at least be j wise enough to know that there are other good pears besides the popular rage for Bartletts and seckles. Said an extensive dealer to me ..."

2. The American Fruit Culturist: Containing Practical Directions for the by John Jacob Thomas (1875)
"... seckles imaginable. Pears perfected in this manner rarely have the mealiness of their naturally ripened companions ; nor do they prematurely decay at ..."

3. The New England Farmer by Samuel W. Cole (1856)
"The Bartlette and seckles were the heaviest in fruit, but all were loaded with the fairest fruit I ever saw. The orchard was exposed to all winds. ..."

4. Catalogue of the Fossil Reptilia and Amphibia in the British Museum (Natural by Richard Lydekker (1888)
"seckles Collection. Purchased, 1876. R. 605. A number of imperfect cervical, dorsal, and caudal vertebrae, the left coracoid, several imperfect limb-bones, ..."

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