Definition of Smalms

1. smalm [v] - See also: smalm



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Smalms

smalls
smallsat
smallsats
smallscale
smallsword
smallswords
smalltime
smalltooth sawfish
smalltown
smalltowns
smally
smalm
smalmed
smalmily
smalming
smalms (current term)
smalmy
smalt
smalti
smaltine
smaltines
smaltite
smaltites
smalto
smaltos
smalts
smaragd
smaragde
smaragdes
smaragdine

Literary usage of Smalms

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1. Commentaries on American Law by James Kent (1854)
"They could be held without a previous smalms consul turn, and were not subject to the check of the auspices, which were under the management of the ..."

2. The Ruins and Excavations of Ancient Rome: A Companion Book for Students and by Rodolfo Amedeo Lanciani (1897)
"... which has been set into the wall of the Tabularium itself on the north side. This last contains only the general expression dc smalms ..."

3. The Christian year, thoughts in verse for the Sundays and holydays by John Keble (1868)
"S1 $5 smalms. The son of consolation, a Levite. Act* iv. X. THE world's a room of sickness, where, each heart Knows its own anguish and ..."

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