Definition of Simars

1. Noun. (plural of simar) ¹



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Definition of Simars

1. simar [n] - See also: simar

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Simars

silylethynyl
silylformylation
silylium
silyloxy
silyls
silymarin
silymarins
silyne
silynes
sim
sima
simal
simar
simarre
simarres
simars (current term)
simaruba
simarubas
simas
simazine
simazines
simber
simblot
simblots
simbu group viruses
simethicone
simferite
simfile
simfiles
simi

Literary usage of Simars

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1. Masters in Art: A Series of Illustrated Monographs (1901)
"Like the Indian deity, he relieves his fecundity by creating worlds ; and from the matchless folds and hues of his tossed simars to the snowy whites of his ..."

2. The History of North America by Guy Carleton Lee (1904)
"simars de Belle Isle had been wrecked there in the Mar'echal d'Estrees, and showed the way. La Harpe returned with a glowing report, but as the Indians were ..."

3. The Mississippi Basin ...: The Struggle in America Between England and by Justin Winsor (1895)
"Mar- gry gives a relation of one simars de Belle-isle, who claims that in 1719 he had been shipwrecked near the bay, and had been kept in captivity by the ..."

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