Definition of Carrs
1. carr [n] - See also: carr
Lexicographical Neighbors of Carrs
Literary usage of Carrs
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Study of Maria Edgeworth: With Notices of Her Father and Friends by Grace Atkinson Little Oliver (1882)
"IN September the family had a visit from their friends the carrs. Maria was very fond of them. Miss Carr was an intimate friend of Lady Byron, ..."
2. History of Methodism in Tennessee by John Berry M'Ferrin (1888)
"... McNelly, Crane, the carrs, Cages, and Douglass family. THE year 1787 was a very interesting era in the history of the Methodists in Tennessee. ..."
3. The Laws which Regulate the Deposition of Lead Ore in Veins: Illustrated by by William Wallace (1861)
"We have already attempted to show why these east and west veins are stronger and wider on the west than on the east side of carrs vein ;* and the elevated ..."
4. Reports of the Late John Smeaton, F.R.S., Made on Various Occasions, in the by John Smeaton (1837)
"WITHIN THE carrs. To digging a mother drain from the entry of the subterraneous passage to the old Eau, being in length 1| mile, to be 21 feet top, ..."