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Definition of Navarin
1. a stew containing mutton and turnips [n -S]
Lexicographical Neighbors of Navarin
Literary usage of Navarin
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A History of Greece: From Its Conquest by the Romans to the Present Time, B by George Finlay (1877)
"The garrison, consisting of seven hundred and eighty- six men, laid down its arms, and the Greeks were allowed to depart uninjured. navarin ..."
2. Battles of the British Navy by Joseph Allen (1852)
"BATTLE OF navarin. IN the summer of 1827, a squadron under ... On the 3rd of September, an Egyptian fleet, with troops, entered the harbour of navarin, ..."
3. The Parliamentary Debates by Great Britain Parliament, Thomas Curson Hansard (1828)
"... that we might pay the debt which was due to our gallant officers engaged in the battle of navarin : for although the country was fairly, fully, ..."
4. The American in England by Alexander Slidell Mackenzie (1836)
"... by -a Pilot—The Needles—Animated Spectacle in entering the Harbour—Anchor near Spithead—The navarin and Skipper Sam—Fate of the missing Pilot. ..."
5. The Speeches of the Right Honorable William Huskisson: With a Biographical by William Huskisson (1831)
"BATTLE OF navarin. February 14,1828.• Mr. Hobhouse moved, " That the thanks of the House be given to Vice-Admiral Sir Edward Codrington, ..."
6. History of the Greek Revolution by George Finlay (1861)
"I. " The surrender of navarin followed soon after, and was attended with far ... l Before navarin capitulated, many Turkish families had been compelled by ..."