Definition of Mudscows

1. mudscow [n] - See also: mudscow



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mudscows

mudpacks
mudpie
mudpies
mudproof
mudpuddle
mudpuppies
mudpuppy
mudra
mudras
mudrock
mudrocks
mudroom
mudrooms
muds
mudscow
mudscows (current term)
mudsill
mudsills
mudskipper
mudskippers
mudsled
mudsleds
mudslides
mudslinger
mudslingers
mudslinging
mudslingings
mudspringer
mudstone

Literary usage of Mudscows

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1. ... The Works of Oliver Wendell Holmes by Oliver Wendell Holmes (1892)
"... sent them the segment of melon, which in her riotous fancy one of them compared to those huge barges to which we give the ungracious name of mudscows. ..."

2. Transactions of the Asiatic Society of Japan by Asiatic Society of Japan (1893)
"... pay 50 ryo due for the hire of mudscows, and undertake the cleaning of the portion now remaining, and carry it on until completed and officially ..."

3. Mysteries and Miseries of America's Great Cities: Embracing New York by James William Buel (1883)
"... Gold, Everywhere—Thousands of Sails Bent towards California— Landing of the First Steamer—Opening the Floodgates of Population—mudscows worth more than ..."

4. Railroad Operations: How to Know Them : from a Study of the Accounts and by James Shirley Eaton (1900)
"... but also the jetties, the cost of dredging the channel, and all incidental expense of operating pile drivers, tugs, barges, floats, dredges, mudscows, ..."

5. The New Internationalism by Harold Bolce (1907)
"... were offered to Congress in behalf of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, to the effect that this ditch, designed and still used for mules and mudscows, ..."

6. Taking Manila; Or, In the Philippines with Dewey, Giving the Life and by Henry Llewellyn Williams (1899)
"crew The best of the hulks on which these were imprisoned were mudscows compared to those beautiful snow-white Indian transports on which the British have ..."

7. ... The Works of Oliver Wendell Holmes by Oliver Wendell Holmes (1892)
"... sent them the segment of melon, which in her riotous fancy one of them compared to those huge barges to which we give the ungracious name of mudscows. ..."

8. Transactions of the Asiatic Society of Japan by Asiatic Society of Japan (1893)
"... pay 50 ryo due for the hire of mudscows, and undertake the cleaning of the portion now remaining, and carry it on until completed and officially ..."

9. Mysteries and Miseries of America's Great Cities: Embracing New York by James William Buel (1883)
"... Gold, Everywhere—Thousands of Sails Bent towards California— Landing of the First Steamer—Opening the Floodgates of Population—mudscows worth more than ..."

10. Railroad Operations: How to Know Them : from a Study of the Accounts and by James Shirley Eaton (1900)
"... but also the jetties, the cost of dredging the channel, and all incidental expense of operating pile drivers, tugs, barges, floats, dredges, mudscows, ..."

11. The New Internationalism by Harold Bolce (1907)
"... were offered to Congress in behalf of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, to the effect that this ditch, designed and still used for mules and mudscows, ..."

12. Taking Manila; Or, In the Philippines with Dewey, Giving the Life and by Henry Llewellyn Williams (1899)
"crew The best of the hulks on which these were imprisoned were mudscows compared to those beautiful snow-white Indian transports on which the British have ..."

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