Definition of Juggernauts

1. Noun. (plural of juggernaut) ¹



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Definition of Juggernauts

1. juggernaut [n] - See also: juggernaut

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Juggernauts

jugal point
jugale
jugals
jugata
jugate
jugated
jugendstil
juger
jugers
jugerum
jugful
jugfuls
jugged
jugger
juggernaut
juggernauts (current term)
jugging
juggings
juggins
jugginses
jugglable
juggled
juggler
juggleress
juggleresses
juggleries
jugglers
jugglery
juggles

Literary usage of Juggernauts

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1. The Friend of Peace by Noah Worcester, Massachusetts Peace Society (1827)
"Contrast of juggernauts and their Devotees. 6$ years ? Who then would not rather appear at the har of a benevolent God, with the name ..."

2. Putnam's Magazine: Original Papers on Literature, Science, Art, and National by John Walter Osborne (1868)
"The juggernauts are the most determined doers of social penance I know. ... Well, if it have saved us from an affliction of the juggernauts in person, ..."

3. Vazeeri Rupi, the Silver Country of the Vazeers, in Kulu: Its Beauties by John Calvert (1873)
"... juggernauts, or Davis, of which it is said there are at least 150 in the valley, the lands with which they are endowed forming no inconsiderable portion ..."

4. The Contemporary Review (1866)
"... so cruelly—so relentlessly immolated before such huge nothings—such juggernauts—such ill-proportioned —ill-stuffed—ill-fledged conventional scarecrows ? ..."

5. The Southern Review (1832)
"... this piny deserves ail commendation ; and it is not unsafe to predict, that should this endeavour to dethrone the juggernauts of the drama he successful ..."

6. The Quarterly Review by George Walter Prothero, John Gibson Lockhart, William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, Baron Rowland Edmund Prothero Ernle, Sir William Smith (1906)
"The figures for the past three months are not before us ; but from the cases reported by the newspapers we may feel certain that these modern juggernauts ..."

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