Definition of Tuskars
1. tuskar [n] - See also: tuskar
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Literary usage of Tuskars
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Orkney and Shetland Miscellany of the Viking Club by Viking Society for Northern Research (1908)
"... and " tuskars," and was in addition to the quantity necessary for the tenant's own household use. The privilege so far as the ..."
2. Tidal Rivers: Their (1) Hydraulics, (2) Improvement, (3) Navigation by William Henry C. E. Wheeler (1893)
"South of the Isle of Man, although the rise of the tide is 18 feet, there is an area of perpetual slack water; while between the tuskars and Arklow, ..."
3. Tidal Rivers: Their (1) Hydraulics, (2) Improvement, (3) Navigation by William Henry Wheeler (1893)
"... there is an area of perpetual slack water; while between the tuskars and Arklow, although there is a rise in one part of only from 1 to 2 feet, ..."
4. The Orkneys and Shetland: Their Past and Present State by John R. Tudor (1883)
"Thinking this was done to insult them, they at or threw down their spades and tuskars (implements used in :' - Orkneys and Shetland for peat ..."