Definition of Topeks

1. topek [n] - See also: topek



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Topeks

topcolor
topcolour
topcross
topcrosses
topdown
topdress
topdressed
topdresses
topdressing
topdressings
tope
toped
topee
topees
topek
topeks (current term)
toper
toper's nose
topers
topes
topesthesia
topet
topflight
topfree
topfreedom
topful
topfull
topgallant
topgallant mast
topgallant sail

Literary usage of Topeks

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1. Alaska, Its History, Climate and Natural Resources by Alfred P. Swineford (1898)
"The topeks are constructed of reindeer skins stretched on a framework of driftwood or the ribs of the whale, and rude and worthless as they appear, ..."

2. The American Journal of Education by Henry Barnard (1879)
"In the northern country they reside in permanent underground houses called topeks. On the southern coast they have largo plank ..."

3. Alaska and Its Resources by William Healey Dall (1897)
"Noticing in many places the remains of stone houses, similar to the Innuit topeks of Norton Sound, ..."

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