Definition of Soler
1. n. A loft or garret. See Solar,
Definition of Soler
1. an upper room [n -S]
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Literary usage of Soler
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Descriptive Catalogue of the Documents Relating to the History of the United by Roscoe R. Hill, Archivo General de Indias (1916)
"Perchet, Pensacola; and Antonio soler, Pensacola. ... Pensacola, to Marqués de Casa Irujo, Carlos de Grand Pré, Cayetano soler, and Juan Tala. ..."
2. The Phrenological Journal and Science of Health (1840)
"This is an address on phrenology, delivered publicly before a large audience at Woodville, by Professor soler, of the Louisiana College, icated at Jackson. ..."
3. History of California by Hubert Howe Bancroft, Henry Lebbeus Oak, William Nemos, Frances Fuller Victor (1886)
"... EULALIA—A JEALOUS CATALAN—A MONTEREY COURT SCANDAL—FACES AND soler—INSPECTION OF PRESIDIOS—soler'S PROPOSED REFORMS—TROUBLES WITH HABILI- TADOS—GOVERNOR ..."
4. Catalogue of Materials in the Archivo General de Indias for the History of by Charles Edward Chapman (1919)
"Nicolas soler. [Service sheet of Lieutenant José Moraga of San Francisco]. Or. lp.l. ... [soler]. [Service sheet of Alférez José Ramon Lazo de la Vega]. ..."
5. List of Documents in Spanish Archives Relating to the History of the United by James Alexander Robertson (1910)
"See other list.] 4941 Dec. j/. New Orleans. Morales to soler (no. 266). [AI ?] LHS, Span. MSS., Mississippi Valley, IV., ..."
6. English Rule in Gascony, 1199-1295: With Special Reference to the Towns by Frank Burr Marsh (1912)
"soler party restored to power there. Increased tranquillity. Dependence of the government on the townspeople in time of peace. HENRY'S unsuccessful campaign ..."