Definition of Slughorns

1. slughorn [n] - See also: slughorn



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Slughorns

sluggers
slugginess
slugging
slugging average
slugging percentage
slugging percentages
sluggish
sluggish layer
sluggisher
sluggishest
sluggishly
sluggishness
sluggishnesses
sluggy
slughorn
slughorns (current term)
sluglike
slugs
slugworm
slugworms
sluice
sluice down
sluice valve
sluiced
sluicegate
sluicelike
sluices
sluiceway
sluiceways
sluicier

Literary usage of Slughorns

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1. Heraldry in History, Poetry, and Romance by Ellen J. Millington (1858)
"CREST. A cognizance, or device fixed to the helmet. See p. 292. CRI DE GUERRE. War cry. Many ancient mottos were war-cries, in Scotch called slughorns. ..."

2. Wrecked Lives, Or, Men who Have Failed by William Henry Davenport Adams (1880)
"To every earl and knight the word is given, And cries a guerre and slughorns ยง shake the vaulted heaven. " As when the earth, torn by convulsions dire ..."

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