Definition of Tankards

1. Noun. (plural of tankard) ¹



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Definition of Tankards

1. tankard [n] - See also: tankard

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tankards

tank respirator
tank shell
tank ship
tank slapper
tank suit
tank top
tank tops
tank town
tank up
tank wagon
tanka
tanka prose
tankage
tankages
tankard
tankards (current term)
tankas
tankbuster
tankbusters
tanked
tanker
tanker aircraft
tanker boot
tanker boots
tanker plane
tankers
tankette
tankettes
tankful
tankfuls

Literary usage of Tankards

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1. The Antiquarian (1871)
"Dr. Pegge asserts that pegs in tankards contributed more to the encouragement than the ... The first and most important of these tankards is of large size, ..."

2. American Silver of the XVII & XVIII Centuries: A Study Based on the by Alphonso Trumpbour Clearwater, Clara Louise Avery (1920)
"tankards The term tankard "may be derived from tank, a vessel, or the Dutch for ... Elongated tankards are commonly known as flagons and generally served as ..."

3. American Silver of the XVII & XVIII Centuries: A Study Based on the by Alphonso Trumpbour Clearwater, Clara Louise Avery (1920)
"tankards The term tankard "may be derived from tank, a vessel, or the Dutch for ... Elongated tankards are commonly known as flagons and generally served as ..."

4. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1846)
"me the silver tankards, and silver dishes, and even counted up the silver tea-spoons, that there was no end of; and then, when she VI put all the plate ..."

5. The Greek Coins by John H. Kroll (1993)
"Shoulder-handled tankards are far more common than rim-handled tankards, ... RIM-HANDLED tankards: FORM I Form: The basic form has an everted, offset, ..."

6. Social New York Under the Georges, 1714-1776: Houses, Streets, and Country by Esther Singleton (1902)
"... tankards, PUNCH BOWLS AND CANDLESTICKS WROUGHT silver was always highly prized. From the first settlement of this country, ..."

7. Social New York Under the Georges, 1714-1776: Houses, Streets, and Country by Esther Singleton (1902)
"... tankards, PUNCH BOWLS AND CANDLESTICKS WROUGHT silver was always highly prized. From the first settlement of this country, every prosperous householder ..."

8. The Pottery of Lerna IV by Jeremy B. Rutter (1995)
"With reference to the decoration of small tankards, the data in Table S.20c, ... Furthermore, tankards decorated in Syntax C need not always have ..."

9. The Antiquarian (1871)
"Dr. Pegge asserts that pegs in tankards contributed more to the encouragement than the ... The first and most important of these tankards is of large size, ..."

10. American Silver of the XVII & XVIII Centuries: A Study Based on the by Alphonso Trumpbour Clearwater, Clara Louise Avery (1920)
"tankards The term tankard "may be derived from tank, a vessel, or the Dutch for ... Elongated tankards are commonly known as flagons and generally served as ..."

11. American Silver of the XVII & XVIII Centuries: A Study Based on the by Alphonso Trumpbour Clearwater, Clara Louise Avery (1920)
"tankards The term tankard "may be derived from tank, a vessel, or the Dutch for ... Elongated tankards are commonly known as flagons and generally served as ..."

12. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1846)
"me the silver tankards, and silver dishes, and even counted up the silver tea-spoons, that there was no end of; and then, when she VI put all the plate ..."

13. The Greek Coins by John H. Kroll (1993)
"Shoulder-handled tankards are far more common than rim-handled tankards, ... RIM-HANDLED tankards: FORM I Form: The basic form has an everted, offset, ..."

14. Social New York Under the Georges, 1714-1776: Houses, Streets, and Country by Esther Singleton (1902)
"... tankards, PUNCH BOWLS AND CANDLESTICKS WROUGHT silver was always highly prized. From the first settlement of this country, ..."

15. Social New York Under the Georges, 1714-1776: Houses, Streets, and Country by Esther Singleton (1902)
"... tankards, PUNCH BOWLS AND CANDLESTICKS WROUGHT silver was always highly prized. From the first settlement of this country, every prosperous householder ..."

16. The Pottery of Lerna IV by Jeremy B. Rutter (1995)
"With reference to the decoration of small tankards, the data in Table S.20c, ... Furthermore, tankards decorated in Syntax C need not always have ..."

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