Definition of Chauvins

1. chauvin [n] - See also: chauvin



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chauvins

chaurasias
chausse
chausses
chaussure
chaussures
chaussée
chautauqua
chautauquas
chauvin
chauvinism
chauvinisms
chauvinist
chauvinistic
chauvinistically
chauvinists
chauvins (current term)
chav
chave
chavel
chavelling
chavender
chavette
chavettes
chavicol
chavicyl
chavish
chavs
chavtastic
chavtastically
chavvier

Literary usage of Chauvins

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1. Decisions of the Supreme Court, Vice-Admiralty Court and Bankruptcy Court of by Mauritius Supreme Court, Vice-Admiralty Court, Supreme Court, Mauritius (1862)
"Delaunay the former owner of chauvins' Estate "Belle Vue" whereby the latter abandoned to the former 9 inches of the water ..."

2. A History of Missouri from the Earliest Explorations and Settlements Until by Louis Houck (1908)
"These chauvins are perhaps related to the chauvins, dit Lafreniere, mentioned by Gayarre (History of Louisiana, French Domination, p. ..."

3. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1834)
"... him the dreadful tale in the words of the ever-chauvins Proteus of the sea. Not a 'Word any where («re we mistaken?) sbout Orestes killing Ыя mother. ..."

4. The Nineteenth Century (1892)
"French chauvins might point to (for instance) a newspaper like Le Temps, in the contention that their journalism is not without its sounder side. ..."

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