Definition of Taweries

1. tawery [n] - See also: tawery



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Taweries

tawa
tawaf
tawafs
tawara
tawas
tawdrier
tawdries
tawdriest
tawdrily
tawdriness
tawdrinesses
tawdry
tawdry lace
tawed
tawer
taweries (current term)
tawers
tawery
tawhid
tawie
tawier
tawiest
tawing
tawings
tawk
tawked
tawking
tawks
tawn
tawneys

Literary usage of Taweries

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

1. Spanish America: Or A Descriptive, Historical, and Geographical Account of by Richard Henry Bonnycastle (1818)
"Tanneries and taweries supply work to a great part of the inhabitants, who work up as much of the raw materials as they can find hands to do, and export the ..."

2. A Voyage to the Eastern Part of Terra Firma: Containing a Description of the by Fran├žois Joseph Pons, Washington Irving, Samuel Latham Mitchill (1806)
"They have also tanneries, and taweries, and, like the inhabitants of Carora, work up as many as they can of the raw materials, and sell the rest. ..."

3. Colombia: Being a Geographical, Statistical, Agricultural, Commercial, and by Alexander Walker (1822)
"... and other cloths, which they send or carry as far as Maracaibo and Carthagena. They have also tanneries and taweries, and, ..."

4. Colombia: Being a Geographical, Statistical, Agricultural, Commercial, and by Alexander Walker (1822)
"They have also tanneries and taweries, and, like the inhabitants of Carora, work up as many as they can of the raw materials, and sell the rest. ..."

5. Commentaries on the Productive Forces of Russia by Ludwik Tegoborski (1856)
"In the kingdom of Poland there were reckoned in 1849, also from official returns, 1051 tanneries and taweries. In Finland there are only 5 of any ..."

6. The Edinburgh Gazetteer, Or Geographical Dictionary ...: Accompanied by an Atlas (1822)
"They have also tanneries and taweries, and, like the inhabitants of Carora, work up as many as they can of the raw materials, and sell the rest. ..."

7. The London Encyclopaedia, Or, Universal Dictionary of Science, Art by Thomas Tegg (1829)
"They have also tanneries and taweries, and, like the inhabitants of Carora, work up as many as they can of the raw materials and sell the rest. ..."

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