Definition of Kaleyards
1. kaleyard [n] - See also: kaleyard
Lexicographical Neighbors of Kaleyards
Literary usage of Kaleyards
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Recent Discoveries of Roman Remains Found in Repairing the North Wall of by John Parsons Earwaker (1888)
"I have not found, either at the Northgate or kaleyards any mortar in the joints or any trace of concrete backing. These facts (not assertions merely) ..."
2. Journal by Australian Ex Libris Society (1890)
"With regard to the note relating to the Abbot of Chester's right to a postern-gate in the walls of Chester and also to one in the kaleyards, he found the ..."
3. The Antiquary by Edward Walford, John Charles Cox, George Latimer Apperson (1889)
"... has not hitherto been published, and which will be read with special interest just at present : "I. As to the kaleyards excavation on the Eastern Wall. ..."
4. The Antiquary (1888)
"the least doubt that they availed themselves fully of it The wall at the kaleyards he took to be of that period decidedly, but they would find a trace of ..."
5. The Flower Garden: With an Essay on the Poetry of Gardening by Thomas James (1852)
"Flora forfend that the Utilitarians should ever seize upon our gardens, and turn our lawns into kaleyards (thank Heaven! flowers will remain a living ..."