Definition of Southerns
1. southern [n] - See also: southern
Lexicographical Neighbors of Southerns
Literary usage of Southerns
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The American Quarterly Review by Robert Walsh (1834)
"The Kentuckian in New York: or the Adventures of Threc Southerns. By a Virginian. ... Southerns ..."
2. Bibliotheca Americana: A Catalog of a Valuable Collection of Books and by John Russell Smith (1874)
"7s 6d Paris, 1787 2178 Southerns (Thos.) Oroonoko (an American Tragedy). 4to, half calf. ... Southerns ..."
3. Private Memoirs of the Court of Louis XVIII by Etienne-Léon Lamothe-Langon (1830)
"The Southerns.—Bordeaux on the 12th of March.—Deputation to Hart well—M. de Tauzia. —First notion of a Duchy at Bordeaux. THE allied sovereigns did nothing ..."
4. The Investor's Catechism by Marcus Mathias Reynolds (1909)
"What are Southerns ? A term applied to Southern Railway, Louisville & Nashville, Norfolk & Western, Chesapeake & Ohio, and other Southern Railroads. ..."