Definition of Shillalas

1. shillala [n] - See also: shillala



Lexicographical Neighbors of Shillalas

shiksas
shikse
shikseh
shiksehs
shikses
shikumen
shild
shildy
shilf
shilfa
shilingi
shill
shillala
shillalah
shillalahs
shillalas (current term)
shilled
shillelagh
shillelaghs
shillelah
shillelahs
shillin'
shilling
shilling scars
shilling shocker
shilling shockers
shilling sign
shillings
shills
shilly-shallied

Literary usage of Shillalas

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

1. Chambers's Miscellany of Useful and Entertaining Tracts by William Chambers, Robert Chambers (1846)
"... for a moment looked shillalas and crab-thorns at hia friend, for such he had frequently proved himself to be, but made no further observation, ..."

2. Woodrow Wilson: His Career, His Statesmanship, and His Public Policies by Hester Eloise Hosford (1912)
"Make sure before that your shillalas are made of good Irish hickory. Lop off special favors wherever they are to be found. Cut off these excrescences. ..."

3. Woodrow Wilson: His Career, His Statesmanship, and His Public Policies by Hester Eloise Hosford (1912)
"Make sure before that your shillalas are made of good Irish hickory. Lop off special favors wherever they are to be found. Cut off these excrescences. ..."

4. The Christian Disciple by William Ellery Channing, Noah Worcester, Henry Ware (1818)
"... nine tenths of the people go armed, when in public, either with pistols, dirks, stillettos or shillalas, and some armed cafi-a-fiie with all together. ..."

5. Woodrow Wilson and New Jersey Made Over by Hester Eloise Hosford (1912)
"Make sure before that your shillalas are made of good Irish hickory. Lop off special favors wherever they are to be found. Cut off these excrescences. ..."

6. The Whiteboy: A Story of Ireland, in 1882 by S. C. Hall (1845)
"... alone a fair fight; and there's worse whizzing in my ears than ever I thought the Clooney's shillalas could make when they cried down with the Doyles. ..."

7. The Whiteboy: A Story of Ireland, in 1882 by S. C. Hall (1845)
"... gentry or kept behind the hearse, the other party occupying the holy ground, flourishing their shillalas, yelling, shouting, standing on the tombstones, ..."

8. The Spirit of the Public Journals: Being an Impartial Selection of the Most by Stephen Jones, Charles Molloy Westmacott (1809)
"... with pikes and.shillalas, Their very old Women would rise to a man; Yea, the church is the quarry their priests would be at, In her heart they would fix ..."

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