Definition of Sowcars

1. sowcar [n] - See also: sowcar



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sowcars

sowarree
sowarrees
sowarries
sowarry
sowars
sowback
sowbacks
sowbane
sowbellies
sowbelly
sowbread
sowbreads
sowbug
sowbugs
sowcar
sowcars (current term)
sowce
sowced
sowces
sowcing
sowdan
sowdanesse
sowdans
sowe
sowed
sowen
sowens
sower
sowers
sowest

Literary usage of Sowcars

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

1. The Indian Forester (1893)
"... hut •would eventually go into the maws of low country sowcars. In fact, the Collector believes that the complaints really emanate from the latter and ..."

2. The Indian Forester (1893)
"... but would eventually go into the maws of low country sowcars. In fact, the Collector believes that the complaints really emanate from the latter aud the ..."

3. Our Faithful Ally, the Nizam: Being an Historical Sketch of Events, Showing by Hastings Fraser (1865)
"... on account of the above mukta from sowcars, and paying the troops therewith ; and that even the whole mukta is not sufficient to liquidate the interest ..."

4. Our Faithful Ally, the Nizam: Being an Historical Sketch of Events, Showing by Hastings Fraser (1865)
"... on account of the above mukta from sowcars, and paying the troops therewith ; and that even the whole mukta is not sufficient to liquidate the interest ..."

5. Some Records of Crime: Being the Diary of a Year, Official and Particular by Charles Hervey (1892)
"He also ascribed the great oppression practised by the local traders (sowcars) and village headmen in their dealings with the ..."

6. International Review of Agricultural Economics by International Institute of Agriculture, Social Intelligence (1919)
"Moreover after four years of co-operation the members are indebted to a greater extent to the sowcars than to the societies: roughly, they owe three and ..."

7. India: The Land and the People by James Caird (1884)
"The answers to a series of questions put to the general body of sowcars here state that the interest they charge varies with the credit of the borrower. ..."

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