Definition of Lowlanders

1. Noun. (plural of lowlander) ¹



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Definition of Lowlanders

1. lowlander [n] - See also: lowlander

Lexicographical Neighbors of Lowlanders

lowest common multiples
lowest lumbar arteries
lowest splanchnic nerve
lowest thyroid artery
lowgrade
lowing
lowings
lowish
lowk
lowks
lowland
lowland burrowing treefrog
lowland fir
lowland white fir
lowlander
lowlanders (current term)
lowlands
lowlier
lowliest
lowlife
lowlifer
lowlifers
lowlifes
lowlight
lowlights
lowlihead
lowliheads
lowlihood
lowlily
lowliness

Literary usage of Lowlanders

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A Biographical Dictionary of Eminent Scotsmen by Robert Chambers (1835)
"The lowlanders are acute, industrious, sensible, erect, free : the Highlanders, indolent, slavish, strangers to industry. The former, in short, ..."

2. A biographical dictionary of eminent Scotsmen by Robert Chambers, Thomas Thomson (1854)
"den for their unmanly husbands."7 And he thus draw» up a comparison betwixt these unfortunates and his favourite Goths. " The lowlanders are acute, ..."

3. The Picture of Scotland by Robert Chambers (1827)
"Though the lowlanders and Highlanders may be said to divide the country pretty equally between them, their respective numbers are very ill- proportioned, ..."

4. History of Scotland by George Buchanan (1829)
"The lowlanders, on the other hand, regarded their neighbours at the mountains as a lawless banditti, whom it was dangerous to pursue to their fastnesses in ..."

5. Europe by George Goudie Chisholm (1902)
"Highlanders and lowlanders By the time of Alexander III. (1249-86) the northern form of the English language had spread over all the Scottish lowlands, ..."

6. Tales of a Grandfather;: Being Stories Taken from Scottish History. Humbly by Walter Scott (1829)
"... with smoke —Story of Allan-a-Sop—Dreadful Death by Thirst—Massacre of lowlanders, who had made a Settlement in Lewis and Harris—Tlie whole Western Isles ..."

7. History of Scotland by Patrick Fraser Tytler (1829)
"... with upwards of nine hundred men; a small loss compared with that sustained by the lowlanders. The battle was fought on St James's Even, ..."

8. History of Scotland by Patrick Fraser Tytler (1829)
"... with upwards of nine hundred men; a small loss compared with that sustained by the lowlanders. The battle was fought on St James's Even, ..."

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