Definition of Tarrow
1. to hesitate [v -ED, -ING, -S] - See also: hesitate
Lexicographical Neighbors of Tarrow
Literary usage of Tarrow
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Dearborn's Guide Through Mount Auburn: With Eighty Engravings for the by Nathaniel Dearborn (1857)
"tarrow PATH, "O ye, whose hours in jocund train advance, Whose spirits to the song of gladness dance, Whose flowery plains in endless pomp survey, ..."
2. The tea-table miscellany: a collection of choice songs, Scots and English. 2 by Allan Ramsay (1788)
"ft, and fell on the braes of tarrow. ... (grafs» Fair hangs the apple frae the ro:k, Sweet the wave of tarrow ..."
3. Voyages in the Northern Pacific: Narrative of Several Trading Voyages from by Peter Corney, William DeWitt Alexander (1896)
"tarrow, which is the principal vegetable, grows in abundance; there are two sorts; the first and best is planted in large square patches, banked up about ..."
4. A Complete Word and Phrase Concordance to the Poems and Songs of Robert by J. B. Reid (1889)
"Or, if you on your station tarrow, That yet hae tarrow't at it,. . . . A Dream. /J. Tarry. Nae time hae I to tarry. . .S. Here's to thy health^ It's not the ..."
5. An Authentic Narrative of a Voyage Performed by Captain Cook and Captain by William Ellis (1783)
"... tarrow, plantains, and bread-fruit trees (which were by far the ... of tarrow, that probably belonged to fome of the arees or principal people. ..."
6. Voyages in the Northern Pacific: Narrative of Several Trading Voyages from by Peter Corney (1896)
"tarrow, which is the principal vegetable, grows in abundance; there are two sorts ; the first and best is planted in large square patches, banked up about ..."