Definition of Barguests

1. barguest [n] - See also: barguest



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Barguests

barges in
bargest
bargests
bargewoman
bargewomen
barghest
barghests
barging
barging in
bargirls
bargoer
bargoers
bargoose
barguest
barguests (current term)
barhop
barhopped
barhopper
barhoppers
barhopping
barhops
baria
barian
bariandite
bariatric
bariatrician
bariatrics
baric
baricite

Literary usage of Barguests

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1. Selections from the Letters of Robert Southey by Robert Southey, John Wood Warter (1856)
"Boggles and barguests are the only supernatural beings we hear of in these parts; to what class they belong I cannot tell you, ..."

2. The rural life of England by William Howitt (1838)
"... barguests, ghosts, and hobgoblins, still in many an obscure hamlet, and the more primitive parts of the country, maintain much of their ancient power, ..."

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