Definition of Caschrom

1. a type of spade [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Caschrom

cascading menu
cascadingly
cascadura
cascaduras
cascalho
cascandite
cascara
cascara amara
cascara buckthorn
cascara sagrada
cascaras
cascarilla
cascarilla bark
cascarillas
cascarillin
caschrom (current term)
caschroms
casco
cascos
case
case-book
case-books
case-by-case
case-control study
case-fatality proportion
case-hardened
case-hardened steel
case-hardening
case-insensitive
case-sensitive

Literary usage of Caschrom

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1. The Past in the Present: What is Civilization? by Arthur Mitchell (1881)
"On this the foot is placed, and the iron-shod point of the implement forced by it into the soil. If the han- Fig. 69.—caschrom or ..."

2. General View of the Agriculture of the Hebrides, Or Western Isles of Scotland by James MacDonald (1811)
"caschrom, (ie crooked foot or crooked spade) is probably the very oldest tool known ... All their corn, and all their potatoes are raised with the caschrom; ..."

3. Glencreggan by Cuthbert Bede (1861)
"Soil — Sea-wrack for Manure. — Sheep-farming. — Agricultural Implements. — The caschrom. — Harrowing at the Horse's Tail —Creels.—A strong Man. ..."

4. The Celtic Magazine (1881)
"We are glad to find the author in his text paying a high and deserved compliment to the rude agricultural implement called the caschrom, or crooked spade, ..."

5. The Highlands and Western Isles of Scotland: Containing Descriptions of by John Macculloch (1824)
"The caschrom is a far more powerful instrument than the spade ; yet it is ... We might imagine the caschrom to have been the contrivance of man where the ..."

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