Definition of Castocks

1. castock [n] - See also: castock



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Castocks

castlery
castles
castles in the air
castless
castlet
castlets
castlette
castlettes
castling
castlings
castmate
castmates
castmember
castmembers
castock
castocks (current term)
castoff
castoffs
castor-oil
castor-oil plant
castor bean
castor bean plant
castor beans
castor oil
castor sugar
castoreums
castories
castorin
castors

Literary usage of Castocks

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Scottish Songs by Robert Chambers (1829)
"... We'll douk her in a bogie. CAULD KAIL IN ABERDEEN. TUNE—Cauld Kail in Aberdeen. THERE'S cauld kail in Aberdeen, And castocks in ..."

2. Recollections of a Speyside Parish by James Thomson (1902)
"And castocks in Stra'bogie." Very few are perhaps aware that the stems of kn contain a pith resembling the marrow in a beef bone. ..."

3. Publications by Dorset Record Society, Ohio Civil War Centennial Commission, Ohio Historical Society (1907)
"castocks' (cabbage stems), ie ' copiously to the broth and not trust to what followed.' ' Tongue and lure.'—Mrs. M'Lintock thus tells how to dress a ..."

4. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1820)
"... and . walloped amang kale and castocks in his cauldron.' ' To make a lang tale short,' said the first rustic, accustomed to interrupt the ..."

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