Definition of Oxhearts

1. Noun. (plural of oxheart) ¹



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Definition of Oxhearts

1. oxheart [n] - See also: oxheart

Lexicographical Neighbors of Oxhearts

oxford-grey
oxford gray
oxford grey
oxfords
oxgang
oxgangs
oxgate
oxgates
oxgoad
oxgoads
oxhead
oxheads
oxheal
oxheart
oxheart cherry
oxhearts (current term)
oxherd
oxherds
oxhide
oxhides
oxi-
oxibendazole
oxic
oxicam
oxicams
oxiconazole
oxid
oxidabilities
oxidability
oxidable

Literary usage of Oxhearts

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Sunset by Southern Pacific Company. Passenger Dept, Southern Pacific Company (1912)
"The Royal Anns and the black oxhearts were too large, there were too many .of them on the young trees for less than a regiment to conquer. ..."

2. The New England Magazine by Making of America Project (1895)
"... himself once more, a school-boy hand in hand with Esther, that happy day when she brought him a bunch of black oxhearts in her little dirty pocket. ..."

3. Poetical Works by Robert Browning, James Russell Lowell (1895)
"... And pulled the pulpy oxhearts, while aloof Dappled with noonday, under simmering leaves, An oriole clattered and the robins shrilled, Denouncing me an ..."

4. The Writings of James Russell Lowell by James Russell Lowell (1890)
"Dappled with noonday, under simmering leaves, And pulled the pulpy oxhearts, while aloof An oriole clattered and the robins shrilled, Denouncing me an alien ..."

5. Notes on the Life of Noah Webster by Emily Ellsworth Fowler Ford, Fowler Ford, Emily Ellsworth Ford Skeel (1912)
"The cherries and peaches were particularly fine, and the oxhearts and the white hearts, the honey dews and the black hearts, ..."

6. Farmingby Richard Kendall Munkittrick by Richard Kendall Munkittrick (1891)
"... he not only doesn't pick any twigs, but leaves the cherry stems on the tree, carefully plucking the ^ luscious oxhearts therefrom. ..."

7. The Works of James Russell Lowell by James Russell Lowell (1890)
"Dappled with noonday, under simmering leaves, And pulled the pulpy oxhearts, while aloof An oriole clattered and the robins shrilled, ..."

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