Definition of Argylls
1. argyll [n] - See also: argyll
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Literary usage of Argylls
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Simon Fraser, Lord Lovat: His Life and Times by William Cook Mackenzie (1908)
"In the Lowlands, the argylls were esteemed, or feared, as the heads of the Whig and Presbyterian interest, in the consistent support of which they had ..."
2. The Abbey of S. Mary, Newbottle: A Memorial of the Royal Visit, 1907 by John Charles Carrick (1908)
"Fine portraits of the two executed argylls hang in Newbattle House to-day, alongside of the martial Kers, and of the wonderful Vandykes, which are the ..."
3. Beadle's Monthly (1866)
"By the advice of Mr. Burton I purchased my ticket under an assumed name, for he did not wish to excite the curiosity of the argylls, who might happen to see ..."
4. Ordnance Gazetteer of Scotland: A Survey of Scottish Topography, Staistical by Francis Hindes Groome (1883)
"The chief seat of the argylls cannot boast of much architectural beauty, ... 1865). dating from the argylls' first settlement here, stood in front of their ..."
5. The War in South Africa by Wallscourt Hely Hutchinson Waters (1904)
"When the argylls reached the left wing of the sixth division, which was lying down about 800 yards from the enemy, they pushed themselves into the firing ..."