Definition of Gabbards
1. gabbard [n] - See also: gabbard
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gabbards
Literary usage of Gabbards
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Calendar of Ancient Records of Dublin: In the Possession of the Municipal by Dublin (Ireland), Rosa Mulholland Gilbert, John Francis Weldrick (1907)
"Your committee finding some of their gabbards in such bad condition as not to be worth repairing and the business of the office requiring more ..."
2. The Scandinavian Kingdom of Dublin by Charles Haliday (1884)
"These were floated out from Blackrock accompanied by two gabbards filled with stones, and the frames then filled with the stones from the ..."
3. The Foundation of the Hospital and Free School of King Charles II by Frederick Richard Falkiner (1906)
"The coal ships were still discharged at Ringsend, whence the cargoes were still carried up river in gabbards to the Wood and the Merchants' Quay, ..."