Definition of Shippons

1. Noun. (plural of shippon) ¹



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Definition of Shippons

1. shippon [n] - See also: shippon

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Shippons

shippers
shippes
shipping
shipping agent
shipping articles
shipping clerk
shipping company
shipping fever
shipping fever virus
shipping office
shipping pneumonia
shipping room
shippings
shippo
shippon
shippons (current term)
shippos
shiproom
ships
shipsful
shipshape
shipshape and Bristol fashion
shipside
shipsides
shipward
shipwards
shipway
shipways
shipwide
shipworm

Literary usage of Shippons

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1. The Cheshire Sheaf edited by Francis Sanders, William Ferguson Irvine, J. Brownbill (1896)
"mutilated, led to the lesser hall, or withdrawing room, in the north wing, now divided into shippons and coach-houses. The timber ceiling is modern, ..."

2. Remains, Historical and Literary, Connected with the Palatine Counties of by Chetham Society (1889)
"... nor. could be, any way there, for when I came to be parson of Wigan, a° 1615, the shippons and houses for cattle stood all along, from the stable dore ..."

3. The History of the Church & Manor of Wigan in the County of Lancaster by George Thomas Orlando Bridgeman (1889)
"... nor could be, any way there, 'for when I came to be parson of Wigan, a° 1615, the shippons and houses for cattle stood all along from the stable dore by ..."

4. The History of the Church & Manor of Wigan in the County of Lancaster by George Thomas Orlando Bridgeman (1889)
"... whereas in truth even in my tyme there was not, nor could be, any way there, for when I came to be parson of Wigan, a° 1615, the shippons and houses for ..."

5. Journal of the Sanitary Institute by Sanitary Institute (Great Britain) (1899)
"Section 11 provides for the discontinuance of unsuitable shippons in urban districts, and would also prohibit the erection of new ..."

6. British Farmer's Magazine (1865)
"About the average size of the stalls iu the shippons is ü feet by 6 feet, but two cows are tied up in one stall. There, generally speaking, is only a 3-feet ..."

7. Report of the Annual Conference by Independent Labour Party (Great Britain) (1908)
"The most elaborate and expensive precautions are taken in many places to eliminate tubercle infected cows from town shippons. In Bootle a quarterly ..."

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