Definition of Murrays
1. murray [n] - See also: murray
Lexicographical Neighbors of Murrays
murrays (current term)
Literary usage of Murrays
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A History of the Highlands and of the Highland Clans by James Browne (1849)
"... Earl of Sutherland enters Caithness a third time —Meeting of the Earls at Elgin—Dispute between the Gordons and murrays about precedency—Battle of ..."
2. Recollections of a Long Life, 1829-1915 by Isaac Stephenson (1915)
"... Brunswick — Takes charge of Loyalist estates — Colonel Allen — The murrays and Spring Hill — Colonel Wilmot — Father marries Elizabeth Watson — Colonel ..."
3. Gouldtown, a Very Remarkable Settlement of Ancient Date: Studies of Some by William Steward, Theophilus Gould Steward (1913)
"THE EARLY GOULDS AND THEIR ASSOCIATIONS; THE PIERCES AND murrays; THE THREE FOUNDATION FAMILIES. IN " Historical Collections of New Jersey," it is related ..."
4. Pickle the Spy: Or, The Incognito of Prince Charles by Andrew Lang (1897)
"DEATH OF MADEMOISELLE LUCI, 1752 Hopes from Prussia—The murrays of Elibank—Imprisonment of Alexander Murray—Recommended to Charles—The Elibank plot —Prussia ..."
5. Fifty Years of an Actors̓ Life by John Coleman (1904)
"CHAPTER XIV THE NATIONAL THEATRE OF SCOTLAND Henry Siddons and his Wife—The murrays of Broughton—Sir Charles of that Ilk and Charles Edward in the "45"'—Sir ..."