Definition of Kinchins

1. kinchin [n] - See also: kinchin



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kinchins

kinanesthesia
kinara
kinaras
kinas
kinase
kinase-splitting membranal proteinase
kinase II
kinases
kinate
kinates
kination
kinboshi
kincajou
kincajous
kinchin
kinchins (current term)
kincob
kincobs
kind
kind-hearted
kind-heartedness
kind of
kinda
kindas
kinde
kinded
kindegardner
kinder
kinderfeindlichkeit
kindergarchy

Literary usage of Kinchins

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1. The Writings of Charles Dickens by Charles Dickens, Gilbert Ashville Pierce (1894)
""The kinchins, my dear," said the Jew, "is the young children that's sent on errands by their mothers, with sixpences and shillings; and the lay is just to ..."

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