Definition of Escars

1. escar [n] - See also: escar



Lexicographical Neighbors of Escars

escar
escarbuncle
escarbuncles
escargatoire
escargatoires
escargot
escargots
escarole
escaroles
escarped
escarping
escarpment
escarpments
escarps
escars (current term)
escatology
eschalot
eschalots
eschar
eschara
escharase
escharectomy
escharine
escharotic
escharotick
escharotics
escharotomy
eschars
eschatocol

Literary usage of Escars

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Autobiography, a Collection of the Most Instructive and Amusing Lives Ever (1829)
"... was named Adele d'escars. I never saw a handsomer woman. She seemed to have been formed on the model of one of those divine Madonnas glowing from the ..."

2. Memoirs of Vidocq, Principal Agent of the French Police by Eugène François Vidocq (1853)
"... was named Adele d'escars. I never saw a handsomer woman. She seemed to have been formed on the model of one of those divine Madonnas glowing from the ..."

3. The Steward's Handbook and Guide to Party Catering by Jessup Whitehead (1903)
"D'escars died of a cramp colic through eating a little of the king's purée of truffles; ... However, the d'escars' chicken was trussed as for boiling, ..."

4. Journal of the Royal Geological Society of Ireland by Royal Geological Society of Ireland (1860)
"The escars frequently present examples of very perfect bedding, and, like the cliff in Section No. 1, often show successive processes of wear and ..."

5. The Greville Memoirs: A Journal of the Reigns of King George IV., King by Charles Greville (1899)
"I dined with the Duke of Wellington yesterday ; a very large party for Mesdames the Duchesse d'escars and Madame du Cayla ; the first is the widow of the ..."

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