Definition of Shaugh
1. a thicket [n -S] - See also: thicket
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Literary usage of Shaugh
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1. An Exploration of Dartmoor and Its Antiquities: With Some Accounts of Its by John Lloyd Warden Page (1892)
"FOX TOR OVER SHELL TOP TO IVYBRIDGE J IVYBRIDGE TO shaugh AND PLYMPTON ; shaugh TO ... ton—shaugh to Sheepstor—Merchant's Cross—Sheepstor—Curious Sundial on ..."
2. The Life and Adventures of a Limb of the Law by Michael Fagg (1836)
"The case having been called on, O'shaugh- nessy after making a most reverential bow to his worship, and giving his ..."
3. The Rivers of Devon from Source to Sea: With Some Account of the Towns and by John Lloyd Warden Page (1893)
"... Plym—Laira Bridge and Saltram—Long Bridge— Plympton and Sir Joshua Reynolds—Bickleigh Vale—shaugh Bridge— shaugh—An Old Cross—shaugh Hill—The Dewerstone ..."
4. The principal navigations voyages traffiques and discoveries of the English by Richard Hakluyt (1903)
"Amen. Your Majesties most humble subject William Burrough. The Queenes Majesties letters to shaugh Thamas the great Sophi of Persia, sent by Arthur Edwards, ..."
5. Reminiscences of My Irish Journey in 1849 by Thomas Carlyle (1882)
"... potato field — didn't trouble me above another day); Dr. C. bandaged it; but my toy was very cold and bad. Talking difficult; no good of the O'shaugh- ..."
6. A History of Wireless Telegraphy: Including Some Bare-wire Proposals for by John Joseph Fahie (1901)
"... difficulty which first directed the attention of Dr O'shaugh- nessy, the introducer of the system in India, to the subject of subaqueous telegraphy. ..."
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