Definition of Findrams

1. findram [n] - See also: findram



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Findrams

finders keepers
finderscope
finderscopes
findest
findeth
findfault
findfaults
findin'
finding
finding fault
finding of fact
finding of law
finding out
findings
findram
findrams (current term)
findrinny
finds
finds out
findspot
findspots
findy
fine
fine-drawn
fine-grained
fine-leaved heath
fine-looking
fine-structure constant
fine-tooth(a)
fine-tooth comb

Literary usage of Findrams

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1. Reminiscences of Scottish Life and Character by Edward Bannerman Ramsay (1877)
"... noted this peculiarity of dialect in his poem of 1 he Leith Races : — " The Buchan bodies through the beach, Their bunch of findrams ..."

2. Reminiscences of Scottish life and character by Edward Bannerman Ramsay (1860)
"Fergusson, in using the word "findrams," which is not found in our glossaries, has been thought to be in error, but his accuracy has been verified, ..."

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