Definition of Treacles

1. treacle [n] - See also: treacle



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Treacles

trazodone
trazodone hydrochloride
trazodones
tre
tre corde
treacher
treacheries
treacherous
treacherously
treacherousness
treachers
treachery
treacle paper
treacled
treacles (current term)
treaclier
treacliest
treacliness
treacling
treacly
tread
tread-softly
tread-wheel
tread down
tread lightly
tread on
tread water
treadboard
treadboards

Literary usage of Treacles

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1. History of Franklin County: A Collection of Reminiscences of the Early by William T. Martin (1858)
"... that is, at the junction of what is called treacles Creek with Darby Creek, running thence south to the line between the counties of Boss and Franklin ..."

2. Publications by Shakespeare Society (Great Britain) (1853)
"... neyther knowing from whence the errour first sprong, nor by what treacles it may at last bee expelled. If it bee that nature, envying my perfections, ..."

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