Definition of Twights

1. twight [v] - See also: twight



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Twights

twig
twig blight
twig snake
twig snakes
twigged
twiggen
twiggers
twiggier
twiggiest
twigging
twiggy
twight
twighted
twighting
twights (current term)
twigil
twigils
twigless
twiglike
twigloo
twigloos
twigs
twigsome
twilight
twilight(a)
twilight sleep
twilight state
twilight vision
twilight years

Literary usage of Twights

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1. The works of Thomas Goodwin by Thomas Goodwin (1863)
"... saith the Lord : tWights of peace, not of evil, to give an expected end.' It was when the people were carried away captive into Babylon, they thought ..."

2. Fores's Sporting Notes & Sketches: A Quarterly Magazine Descriptive of (1901)
"... starlings in long continuous flocks, whilst the linnets, twights, snow-bunting, finches, and innumerable other small birds, came along in threes and ..."

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