Definition of Tenpounders

1. Noun. (plural of tenpounder) ¹



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Definition of Tenpounders

1. tenpounder [n] - See also: tenpounder

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tenpounders

tenour
tenours
tenous
tenoxicam
tenpence
tenpences
tenpenny
tenpenny nail
tenpercenteries
tenpercentery
tenpin
tenpin bowling
tenpins
tenpounder
tenpounders (current term)
tenrec
tenrecs
tens
tensal
tenscore
tense
tense part of the tympanic membrane
tense pulse
tense system
tense up
tensed
tensegrities
tensegrity
tenseless

Literary usage of Tenpounders

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1. A New Voyage Round the World by William Dampier (1699)
"... that ever I law do, but tear it with their Bills and eat it Piece-Meal. tenpounders are ... Mullets, Snooks, tenpounders ..."

2. Archaeology of the United Arab Emirates: Proceedings of the First by Daniel T. Potts, Hasan Al Naboodah, Peter Hellyer (2003)
"Bony fishes are represented by tenpounders ... triggerfish (Balistidae) and pufferfish (Tetraodontidae). tenpounders have only been identified at ..."

3. An Essay on Colonization, Particularly Applied to the Western Coast of by Carl Bernhard Wadström (1794)
"... yellowtails, old-maids, tenpounders, and fome other fifties; all of which, except the eels and tenpounders, ..."

4. English Local Government from the Revolution to the Municipal Corporations by Sidney Webb, Beatrice Potter Webb (1908)
""A Tory cried out that a city, with its religion, its education, its art and taste, was given up to ' a mob of tenpounders,' as if there were no ..."

5. English Local Government from the Revolution to the Municipal Corporations by Sidney Webb (1908)
""A Tory cried out that a city, with its religion, its education, its art and taste, was given up to ' a mob of tenpounders, ' as if there were no ..."

6. Notes of Conversations with the Duke of Wellington, 1831-1851 by Philip Henry Stanhope Stanhope (1888)
"The object of Lord Brougham is to leave only one single power in the state—the tenpounders." ***** Of the Catholic question. " After the permanent regency ..."

7. Notes of Conversations with the Duke of Wellington, 1831-1851 by Philip Henry Stanhope Stanhope (1888)
"The object of Lord Brougham is to leave only one single power in the state—the tenpounders." ***** Of the Catholic question. "After the permanent regency ..."

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