Definition of Randons
1. randon [n] - See also: randon
Lexicographical Neighbors of Randons
Literary usage of Randons
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Catalogue of the Pamphlets, Books, Newspapers, and Manuscripts Relating to by George Thomason (1908)
"With tables of randons and rules for taking of Distances. Whereunto is annexed part of the excellent worke published in Spanish by Diago ..."
2. Diary Illustrative of the Times of George the Fourth by Charlotte Campbell Bury (1838)
"Dieu Merci, the randons, and Davys, remain the winter there, which is quite a mistake for themselves. There are more carriages and people here than one ever ..."
3. Conversations with M. Thiers, M. Guizot, and Other Distinguished Persons by Nassau William Senior (1878)
"The general tone was stiff, not from the fault of the hosts, for the randons are people of simple, cordial manners, but from the very nature, I believe, ..."
4. Bibliographical Collections and Notes (1474-1700): Third and Final Series by William Carew Hazlitt (1892)
"Gunner and a Scholler, With Tables of randons. Approved by the Authors own Practice, . . . Whereunto Is annexed part of the Excellent worke, Published in ..."
5. Bibliographical Collections and Notes (1474-1700): Third and Final Series by William Carew Hazlitt (1892)
"Set forth by way of a Dialogue : Betweene An Experienced ica- Gunner and a Scholler, With Tables of randons. Approved by the Authors own Practice, . ..."
6. Transactions of the Alabama Historical Society by Alabama Historical Society (1899)
"Engineer From the cut-off—proceeded passing Peter randons plantation, on the cut-off Island at 2 m & 40 eh & Mimms' Ferry at 3 miles—The plantation, ..."