Definition of Tameins

1. tamein [n] - See also: tamein



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tameins

tambours
tambreet
tambur
tambura
tamburas
tamburin
tamburins
tamburitza
tamburs
tame
tameable
tameableness
tamed
tamed iodine
tamein
tameins (current term)
tameless
tamelessness
tamely
tameness
tamenesses
tamer
tamers
tames
tamest
tametraline
tamias
tamil
tamin
tamine

Literary usage of Tameins

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

1. Fraser's Magazine for Town and Country (1882)
"We also saw a number of young women at work making up silk tameins (skirts) for presents. It appears that the Queen is showering presents on her subjects ..."

2. Fraser's Magazine by Robert Louis Stevenson (1882)
""We also saw a number of young women at work making up silk tameins (skirts) for presents. It appears that the Queen is showering presents on her subjects ..."

3. Mandalay to Momien: A Narrative of the Two Expeditions to Western China of by John Anderson, Edward Bosc Sladen, Horace Albert Browne (1876)
"... and tameins in various patterns.* Beyond this suburb lay a large flat of alluvial land, devoted to rice-fields, some in stubble, from which the grain ..."

4. Fraser's Magazine by Thomas Carlyle (1882)
"We also saw a number of young women at work making up silk tameins (skirts) for presents. It appears that the Queen is showering presents on her subjects ..."

5. Fraser's Magazine for Town and Country (1882)
"We also saw a number of young women at work making up silk tameins (skirts) for presents. It appears that the Queen is showering presents on her subjects ..."

6. Fraser's Magazine by Robert Louis Stevenson (1882)
""We also saw a number of young women at work making up silk tameins (skirts) for presents. It appears that the Queen is showering presents on her subjects ..."

7. Mandalay to Momien: A Narrative of the Two Expeditions to Western China of by John Anderson, Edward Bosc Sladen, Horace Albert Browne (1876)
"... and tameins in various patterns.* Beyond this suburb lay a large flat of alluvial land, devoted to rice-fields, some in stubble, from which the grain ..."

8. Fraser's Magazine by Thomas Carlyle (1882)
"We also saw a number of young women at work making up silk tameins (skirts) for presents. It appears that the Queen is showering presents on her subjects ..."

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