Definition of Tushkar

1. a peat-spade [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tushkar

tuscan
tuscanite
tuscaroras
tusche
tusches
tuscor
tuscors
tush
tushed
tusheries
tushery
tushes
tushie
tushies
tushing
tushkar (current term)
tushkars
tushker
tushkers
tushy
tusionite
tusk
tusk-shell
tusk shell
tuskar
tuskars
tusked
tusker
tuskers
tuskier

Literary usage of Tushkar

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1. Orkney and Shetland Miscellany of the Viking Club by Viking Society for Northern Research (1908)
"The " tushkar " was the instrument which cut and brought the peats out of ... Using the " tushkar " is the first step in the long and trying process of ..."

2. A Glossary of the Mining and Mineral Industry by Albert Hill Fay (1920)
"They are common In the cretaceous marls of the Northwest territories, Canada. (Roy. Com.) BeĀ« Septa r I urn. tushkar. Bee Tuskar. Tuskar (Iceland). ..."

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