Definition of Sidlers

1. sidler [n] - See also: sidler



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sidlers

sidewinders
sidewinding
sidewise
sideyard
sideyards
sidh
sidha
sidhas
sidhe
siding
sidings
sidle
sidle up
sidled
sidler
sidlers (current term)
sidles
sidling
sidlingly
sidorenkite
sidpietersite
sidth
sidwillite
sie
siege engine
siege of Orleans
siege of Syracuse
siege of Vicksburg
siege warfare

Literary usage of Sidlers

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1. Report by Pennsylvania Dept. of Health, Panama Canal (Panama), Health Dept (1918)
"Upon investigation, 1 found a number of pupils as well as the teacher of sidlers school victims of the disease. Ordered the school closed and fumigated. ..."

2. The Real Property Statutes of Ontario: With Remarks and Cases by Ontario, Alexander Leith (1869)
"... that the mortgagor will do or suffer nothing whereby the policy may be vitiated, and that thereon or on any default by the mort- (a) sidlers Company v. ..."

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