Definition of Netops
1. netop [n] - See also: netop
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Literary usage of Netops
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Autobiography, Correspondence, Etc., of Lyman Beecher, D.D. by Lyman Beecher, Charles Beecher (1866)
"We were netops— C. " netops! What is that ?" Cronies; though he was rather skeptical, we were on friendly terms; we used to shoot plover together. ..."
2. Colonial Prose and Poetry by William Peterfield Trent, Benjamin Willis Wells (1903)
"... Messieurs ; netops rejoice ; 'tis true, Ye Philistines, none will rejoice but you : Loving of all he dy'd ; who love him not Now, have the grace of ..."
3. American Literature in the Colonial and National Periods by Lorenzo Sears (1902)
"But instead thereof, let the reader accept the following Elegy: " Rejoice Messieurs ; netops rejoice Ye, Philistines, none will rejoice but you ..."
4. History of Hadley, Including the Early History of Hatfield, South Hadley by Sylvester Judd, Lucius Manlius Boltwood, George Sheldon (1905)
"(This Indian word was handed down by our ancestors, and it was not uncommon, 40 years ago, to hear two intimate friends called "great netops. ..."
5. Magnalia Christi Americana: Or, The Ecclesiastical History of New-England by Cotton Mather (1855)
"And to Mortality a sacrifice REJOICE, Messieurs ; netops, rejoice ; 'tis true, Ye Philistines, none will rejoice but you ; Loving of all he dy'd ; who love ..."
6. Biography and History of the Indians of North America from Its First Discovery by Samuel Gardner Drake (1848)
"About sunset, " the netops * came running from all quarters, laden with the tops of dry pines, and the like combustible matter, making a huge pile thereof ..."