Lexicographical Neighbors of Squitch
Literary usage of Squitch
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The British Review, and London Critical Journal by William Roberts (1811)
"The squitch string is always white. The Fiorin is green in summer, ... In the squitch string the small radicals form rings round the great root; ..."
2. General View of the Agriculture of the County of Stafford: With Observations by William Pitt, Board of Agriculture (Great Britain) (1796)
"What is called the black squitch, so troublesome in dry arable land, is an agrostis or bent grass, usually referred to the agrostis ..."
3. The Gentleman's Magazine (1811)
"... includes the Agrostis Stolonifera, for which it •was intended, but not any one variety of Squitch with which I am acquainted. ..."
4. The Gentleman's Magazine (1811)
"Having so decidedly pronounced Agrostis Stolonifera to be Squitch, he lays down some positions relative to Squitch, which astonish me, as coming from a ..."
5. Select Papers by Belfast Literary Society, William Richardson, Joseph Louis Gay-Lussac, S. M. Stephenson, J. F. Blumenbach, Pieter Camper, P. S. Pallas (1808)
"Harrassed by my friends calling it Squitch Grass, to satisfy them, I filled two contiguous plots with roots, the one of Fiorin, the other, ..."