Definition of Combies
1. combi [n] - See also: combi
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Combies
Literary usage of Combies
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Cattle and Cattle-breeders by William McCombie, James Macdonald (1894)
"William M'Combie was descended from an old Highland family—an early branch of the clan M'Intosh—the M'combies of Glenisla. Upwards of three hundred years ..."
2. History of the Ancient Christians Inhabiting the Valleys of the Alps: I. The by Jean Paul Perrin, Robert Baird, Samuel Miller, Thomas Bray, Pierre Boyer (1847)
"The Lord of combies, of the city of Anduse in ... where they halted till day break, and then Monsieur combies sent some to view the fortifications of the ..."
3. Mrs. Warren's Daughter: A Story of the Woman's Movement by Harry Hamilton Johnston (1920)
"The " combies " were specially buttoned with an infinitude of small, ... When the " combies " went to the wash, all these ribbon- lets had to be taken out, ..."
4. Notes and Queries by Martim de Albuquerque (1869)
"... and M'combies and Mackintoshes in Athol, as well as Macphersons, belonged to clan Chattan, yet in the same roll of clans all these names are enumerated ..."
5. Les Helviennes: ou Lettres provinciales philosophiques by Barruel (1823)
"... messieurs, combies de temps encore ce peuple sî fidèle résistera à de» principes répandus dans tint de ..."
6. The Records of the Proceedings of the Justiciary Court, Edinburgh, 1661-1678 by Edinburgh (Scotland). Justiciary Court, William George Scott-Moncrieff, John W. Weston (1905)
"... by way of Convocation and forethought felony in so far as, ^^M'combies the said John M'intosh alias M'combie elder of ..."