Definition of Dwalms
1. dwalm [v] - See also: dwalm
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dwalms
Literary usage of Dwalms
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. More Law Lyrics by Robert Bird (1898)
"In years that are gone, we remember Our qualms and dwalms, spasms and fears, When, briefless from May to September, We wound up the Session with tears; ..."
2. The Angel of the Covenant: Memoirs of the Early Career of the Admirable by James Maclaren Cobban (1898)
"Ay, but I woke ; the Devil was ba-luing me into one of his dwalms of damnation when I woke. I mind it well. ..."