Definition of Glaurs

1. glaur [n] - See also: glaur



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Glaurs

glaucous gull
glaucous sedge
glaucousness
glaucousnesses
glaucus
glaukosphaerite
glaum
glaumed
glauming
glaums
glaunc'd
glaunce
glaur
glaurier
glauriest
glaurs (current term)
glaury
glave
glaver
glavered
glaverer
glaverers
glavering
glavers
glaves
glaymore
glaymores
glaze
glaze coat
glaze over

Literary usage of Glaurs

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1. In Praise of Ale: Or, Songs, Ballads, Epigrams, & Anecdotes Relating to Beer by W. T. Marchant (1888)
"... The bulk of the people, 'tis ardently wished Much larger will sec, e'er three signs the sun passes, Our sixpenny loaves, and our twopenny glaurs. ..."

2. Systematic Catalogue of Books in the Collection of the Mercantile Library by New York (N.Y.). Mercantile Library Association (1837)
"Achromatic glaurs. 2. Acoustics. 3. Aeronautics. 4. Barometer. 5. Barometrical Measurements. 6. Cll mate. 7. Cold and Congelation. 8. Dew- 9. ..."

3. Recueil de pièces originales et authentiques, concernant la tenue des États by Charlemagne Lalourcé, Duval (1789)
"... et prieur commendataire Leurs ser- de S. Pierre de glaurs-les-mont, S. Jc-han , député men'* pour le bailliage d'Auxois, lesquels promoteur <?t ..."

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