Definition of Rammies

1. rammy [n] - See also: rammy



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rammies

ramisection
ramitis
ramjet
ramjet engine
ramjets
ramline
ramlines
rammed
rammed earth
rammel
rammelsbergite
rammelsbergites
rammer
rammers
rammier
rammies (current term)
rammiest
ramming
rammish
rammishness
rammy
ramnification
ramollescence
ramona
ramonas
ramontchi
ramoon
ramorelix
ramose
ramosely

Literary usage of Rammies

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1. The English Review, Or, Quarterly Journal of Ecclesiastical and General (1845)
"Almost the first entry in 1706 is the order for the battle of RamMies, which is given at full length. The last entry is the route from Cambron to ..."

2. The Age of Anne by Edward Ellis Morris (1886)
"... results, 171 QUEBEC, expedition against, 134 Queen Anne's Bounty, 218 RACINE 22 rammies, battle of, the armies and ground, 77; the battle, 79; result, ..."

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