Definition of Caxons
1. caxon [n] - See also: caxon
Lexicographical Neighbors of Caxons
caxons (current term)
Literary usage of Caxons
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1835)
"Be sent from green Erin but loves the true " fun," And we'll soon burn the caxons of heretic Saxons— Och ! there's nothing like perjury under the sun ! ..."
2. The Westminster Review by John Chapman, Charles William Wason (1829)
"On this point there is no difference between the morality of the compounder of caxons, and of the landed peer who stands up for the ..."
3. The Gentleman's Magazine (1814)
"... primo lie a CAXTON would prize [round his eyes: 'Bove ten full-bottom'd caxons to curl And the spell of ..."
4. The Oxford sausage; or, Select poetical pieces, written by the most by Oxford sausage, Thomas Warton (1814)
"While thus, uncertain what to say, We pass'd the tedious hours away, And whiff'd our pipes, and turn'd our caxons, Pop comes a devil in from JACKSON'S, ..."