Definition of Soutars

1. soutar [n] - See also: soutar



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Soutars

soused
souses
sousing
sousings
souslik
sousliks
sousveillance
sout
soutache
soutaches
soutage
soutane
soutanes
soutar
soutars (current term)
souteneurs
souter
souterly
souterrain
souterrains
souters
south
south-central
south-east
south-eastern
south-polar
south-pole
south-seeking pole

Literary usage of Soutars

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1. English Writers: An Attempt Towards a History of English Literature by Henry Morley, William Hall Griffin (1891)
"You tailors and soutars can shape anew a ... Though ye be knaves in this countrie : Tailors and soutars, blest be ye ! " Humour abounded, but it was the ..."

2. The Ever Green: A Collection of Scots Poems Wrote by the Ingenious Before 1600 by Allan Ramsay (1874)
"soutars with Schune weil made and meit, Ze mend the Faults of ... to Heavin zour Sauls will flie, soutars and ..."

3. A Manual of English Literature by Henry Morley, Moses Coit Tyler (1879)
"You tailors and soutars can sha[>e anew a ... heaven ye sail be sands full clear, Though ye be knaves in this countrie: Tailors and soutars, blest be ye I" ..."

4. A Manual of English Literature by Henry Morley (1880)
"You tailors and soutars can shape anew a ... Though ye be knaves in this countrie: Tailors and soutars, blest be ye I" ..."

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