Definition of Tawers

1. Noun. (plural of tawer) ¹



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Definition of Tawers

1. tawer [n] - See also: tawer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tawers

tawaf
tawafs
tawara
tawas
tawdrier
tawdries
tawdriest
tawdrily
tawdriness
tawdrinesses
tawdry
tawdry lace
tawed
tawer
taweries
tawers (current term)
tawery
tawhid
tawie
tawier
tawiest
tawing
tawings
tawk
tawked
tawking
tawks
tawn
tawneys
tawnier

Literary usage of Tawers

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1. The Archaeological Journal by British Archaeological Association (1911)
"WHITE tawers. By ARTHUR BETTS. A great diversity of opinion appears to exist among .authorities as to the exact meaning of this ancient term. ..."

2. A General Abridgment of Law and Equity: Alphabetically Digested Under Proper by Charles Viner (1791)
"... of fhe fraternity of the -white-tawers of London for ever, ... the remainder is void to the two of the white-tawers ; for it is uncertain ; which ..."

3. The Manuscripts of the Earl Cowper, K. G.: Preserved at Melbourne Hall by John Coke, Thomas Coke, Francis Thomas De Grey Cowper Cowper, William Dashwood Fane (1889)
"He has sent up to the Board certificates of the tanners and tawers of his division that he is not indebted to them. He has enemies by making seizures, ..."

4. The Manuscripts of the Earl Cowper, K. G.: Preserved at Melbourne Hall by John Coke, Thomas Coke, Francis Thomas De Grey Cowper Cowper, William Dashwood Fane (1889)
"He has sent up to the Board certificates of the tanners and tawers of his division that he is not indebted to them. He has enemies by making seizures, ..."

5. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the English Courts of Common Law by Great Britain Bail Court (1864)
"... part and part alike," which was plainly not only uncertain, but self-repugnant; so a devise to the best men of the white-tawers in the Year Book, ..."

6. The Master of Game: The Oldest English Book on Hunting by Edward, William Adolph Baillie-Grohman (1909)
"In the fourteenth and early fifteenth centuries, in the days of the strict guilds, a sharp line was drawn between tawers and tanners, ..."

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