Definition of Tussors

1. tussor [n] - See also: tussor



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tussors

tussled
tussles
tussling
tussock
tussock bellflower
tussock caterpillar
tussock moth
tussocked
tussocker
tussockers
tussocks
tussocky
tussor
tussore
tussores
tussors (current term)
tussuck
tussucks
tussur
tussurs
tut
tut-mouthed
tut-tut
tut-work
tut-workman
tut tut
tutamen
tutania
tutanias
tute

Literary usage of Tussors

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1. The Evolution of Governments and Laws: Exhibiting the Governmental by Stephen Haley Allen (1922)
"Suretyship was recognized and enforced against the fide- tussors in all kinds of contracts. The custom of money lenders, then as now, was to exact security, ..."

2. Journal des ećonomistes: revue de la science économique et de la statistique by Société d'économie politique, Paris (1905)
"... européenne et l'établissement d'un droit prohibitif de •Ji H Mr. lo Inn kü. sur les (issus. | L: res. coral is cl tussors, d'ori- yii ..."

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