Definition of Malms

1. malm [n] - See also: malm



Lexicographical Neighbors of Malms

mallowworts
malls
mallspeak
mallternative
mallternatives
mallu
mallus
malm
malma
malmag
malmags
malmier
malmiest
malmignatte
malmignattes
malms (current term)
malmsey
malmseys
malmy
malnormal
malnormality
malnourish
malnourished
malnourishment
malnutrition
malnutritional
malnutritions
malo
malobservation
malobservations

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 ..."

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