Definition of Termagants

1. Noun. (plural of termagant) ¹



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Definition of Termagants

1. termagant [n] - See also: termagant

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Termagants

term limit
term limits
term logic
term of a contract
term of address
term of art
term of endearment
term of enlistment
term of office
term paper
term papers
terma
termagancies
termagancy
termagant
termagants (current term)
termatarium
termatary
termbase
termbases
termed
termer
termers
termes
termgraph
termgraphs
terminable
terminable interest
terminableness
terminably

Literary usage of Termagants

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1. Journal of Voyages and Travels by the Rev. Daniel Tyerman and George Bennet by Daniel Tyerman, George Bennet, London Missionary Society (1832)
"... Subterranean Temple — Barbers and Bathers — Superb Mahommedan Procession — Privileged Monkeys — Native termagants — Fashions at Benares. June 8. ..."

2. Journal of Voyages and Travels by the Rev. Daniel Tyerman and George Bennet by Daniel Tyerman, George Bennet, London Missionary Society (1832)
"... termagants—Fashions at Benares. J une 8. FINDING that it would not be expedient to attempt the journey to Benares by land, we engaged a pinnace, ..."

3. Across Chrysê: Being the Narrative of a Journey of Exploration Through the by Archibald Ross Colquhoun (1883)
"... cries—Emulation—Close as herrings—termagants. THE name of ho-tau is given, as I have said before, to a class of travelling boats for long distances. ..."

4. Lord Beaconsfield and Other Tory Memories by Thomas Edward Kebbel (1907)
"... Dissenter — A Versatile Constable — Village termagants — The Scythe and the Flail — A Happy and Contented Population — The Clothing Club — The Old Poor ..."

5. Revolted Woman: Past, Present, and to Come by Charles George Harper (1894)
"SOME OLD-TIME termagants AND ILL-MADE MATCHES OF CELEBRATED MEN. THE 'strong-minded woman,' as the phrase goes, we have always with us nowadays; ..."

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