Definition of Romals

1. romal [n] - See also: romal



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Romals

rolziracetam
rom com
rom coms
romage
romages
romaic
romaika
romaikas
romaine
romaine lettuce
romaines
romaja
romaji
romajis
romal
romals (current term)
roman
roman a clef
roman fleuve
roman font
roman letters
roman print
roman type
roman world
roman à clef
romance
romanced
romanceless
romancelike
romancer

Literary usage of Romals

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1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1829)
"... traders as servants and soldiers for two romals, or nine shillings per month ; for which they are to find themselves in food, clothing, and entry thing. ..."

2. The Wilderness Trail: Or, The Ventures and Adventures of the Pennsylvania by Charles Augustus Hanna (1911)
"Cotton romals. 4 do. of Non-so-pretties. 8 Ib. colored Thread. 3 dozen and 10 worsted caps. 2 do. of knives. I do. of Tobacco Boxes. ..."

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