Definition of Britzskas

1. britzska [n] - See also: britzska



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Britzskas

brittlegill
brittlegills
brittlely
brittleness
brittlenesses
brittler
brittles
brittlest
brittlestar
brittling
brittly
britts
britzka
britzkas
britzska
britzskas (current term)
brivaracetam
brivet
brivets
brivetted
brivetting
brivla
brize
brizes
brmmm
bro
broach
broachable
broached
broached spire

Literary usage of Britzskas

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1877)
"Softly padded Long-Acre chariots or britzskas, hung upon well-balanced springs, combined ease and solidity with lightness. The travelling servant who ..."

2. Calcutta Review by University of Calcutta (1846)
"The equipages are not well appointed; half dirt, half deity ; well-built Phaetons or britzskas, with uncouth and undressed native grooms hanging on lazily ..."

3. The Spaniards & Their Country by Richard Ford (1852)
"And after all, a dash of hardship may be endured by those accustomed to loll in easy britzskas, if only for the sake of novelty ; what a new relish is given ..."

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