Definition of Tuskar

1. a peat-spade [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tuskar

tusheries
tushery
tushes
tushie
tushies
tushing
tushkar
tushkars
tushker
tushkers
tushy
tusionite
tusk
tusk-shell
tusk shell
tuskar (current term)
tuskars
tusked
tusker
tuskers
tuskier
tuskiest
tusking
tuskings
tuskless
tusklike
tusks
tuskwise
tusky

Literary usage of Tuskar

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1. Ships and Shipping of Old New York: A Brief Account of the Interesting by Bank of the Manhattan Company (1915)
"... CLIPPER SHIP "DREADNOUGHT," OFF tuskar LIGHT, days from New York on her celebrated passage into dock at Liverpool in 13 days 11 hours, December, 1854. ..."

2. The Journal of Jurisprudence by Law Library Microform Consortium (1862)
"The ' tuskar' then took the vessel in tow, but it soon became evident that the ... She again returned; and the petitioner seeing that the 'tuskar' had taken ..."

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