Definition of Stanks

1. stank [n] - See also: stank



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stanks

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stanhopea
stanhopes
staniel
staniels
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stanines
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stanks (current term)
stanleyite
stann-
stannane
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stannary towns
stannate
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Literary usage of Stanks

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Law Journal Reports: New Series (1881)
"»the plaintiff so became tenant, Hodgkinson had been tenant to Sir William Bagge of land of comparatively small extent in the same parish, called stanks, ..."

2. Publications by Abbotsford Club, Edinburgh, Edinburgh Abbotsford Club, Pennsylvania History Club, Zenger Club, Lefe Book Club (1842)
"... returning from Edinburgh to Roslin, upon which accompt the whole body of gypsies were, of old, accustomed to gather in the stanks of Roslin every year, ..."

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