Definition of Saruses

1. sarus [n] - See also: sarus



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Saruses

sartor
sartorial
sartorialism
sartorialist
sartorialists
sartorially
sartorii
sartorite
sartorius
sartorius bursae
sartorius muscle
sartors
sarubobo
saruplase
sarus
saruses (current term)
sarvisberries
sarvisberry
sarvo
sarwan
sarwans
sasaite
sasanach
sasanachs
sasarara
sasararas
sasbachite
sascab
sash
sash cord

Literary usage of Saruses

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1. Military Reminiscences by James Welsh (1830)
"While marching along the north bank before crossing the river in the morning, we saw a large flight of saruses, or Demoiselles, ..."

2. Diary of Travels and Adventures in Upper India: With a Tour in Bundelcund, a by Charles James C. Davidson (1843)
"... saruses, and dogs amused us during the night. llth.—Wind contrary, and compelled to go on with the stream. About mid-day passed an invisible indigo ..."

3. Diary of Travels and Adventures in Upper India: With a Tour in Bundelcund, a by Charles James C. Davidson (1843)
"... saruses, and dogs amused us during the night. llth.—Wind contrary, and compelled to go on with the stream. About mid-day passed an invisible indigo ..."

4. Military Reminiscences by James Welsh (1830)
"While marching along the north bank before crossing the river in the morning, we saw a large flight of saruses, or Demoiselles, ..."

5. Diary of Travels and Adventures in Upper India: With a Tour in Bundelcund, a by Charles James C. Davidson (1843)
"... saruses, and dogs amused us during the night. llth.—Wind contrary, and compelled to go on with the stream. About mid-day passed an invisible indigo ..."

6. Diary of Travels and Adventures in Upper India: With a Tour in Bundelcund, a by Charles James C. Davidson (1843)
"... saruses, and dogs amused us during the night. llth.—Wind contrary, and compelled to go on with the stream. About mid-day passed an invisible indigo ..."

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