Definition of Malms
1. malm [n] - See also: malm
Lexicographical Neighbors of Malms
Literary usage of Malms
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Natural History of Selborne by Gilbert White, George Christopher Davies (1890)
"IN the court of Norton farmhouse, a manor farm to the northwest of the village, on the white malms, stood within these twenty ..."
2. An Expedition of Discovery Into the Interior of Africa: Through the Hitherto by James Edward Alexander (1838)
"... Accidents— Different Modes of Travelling—Inhospitality at malms- bury — Field-cornet De Toit—Losing one's way—The ready Cook—Misfortunes again—Anecdote ..."
3. A Practical Treatise on the Manufacture of Bricks, Tiles, Terra-cotta, Etc. by Charles Thomas Davis (1884)
"For making the best quality of bricks, which are called " malms," an artificial substitute is obtained by mixing together chalk and clay, previously reduced ..."