Definition of Sudors

1. sudor [n] - See also: sudor



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sudors

sudoite
sudoku
sudokuist
sudokuists
sudokus
sudor
sudoral
sudoriferous
sudoriferous gland
sudorific
sudorifick
sudorifics
sudoriparous
sudoriparous glands
sudorous
sudors (current term)
sudovikovite
sudra
suds
suds up
sudsed
sudsed up
sudser
sudsers
sudses
sudsier
sudsiest
sudsing
sudsing up
sudsless

Literary usage of Sudors

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1. The history of the decline and fall of the Roman empire by Edward Gibbon (1862)
"... and endeavoured to retard their progress by a negotiation sudors' of peace. His ambassadors entered the camp about sunset, at the time when the troops ..."

2. History of England from the Accession of James I. to the Outbreak of the by Samuel Rawson Gardiner (1894)
"... conflict tor empire must be waged in Scotland, and it was to gain the money rather than the fleets of Spain that his efforts nmta'sUdors were directed. ..."

3. Kent's Commentary on International Law by James Kent (1878)
"sudors. s. employed in a public capacity by and as serviceable to the enemy are specified by name as contraband, what are we to infer from the omission of ..."

4. Kent's Commentary on International Law by James Kent (1878)
"... sudors. s. employed in a public capacity by and as serviceable to the enemy are specified by name as contraband, what are we to infer from the omission ..."

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