Definition of Chaumer

1. a building in which male farm-workers sleep [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chaumer

chauffs
chaufing
chauldron
chauldrons
chaulk
chaulked
chaulking
chaulks
chaulmoogra
chaulmoogra oil
chaulmoogra oils
chaulmoogra tree
chaulmoogras
chaulmoogric acid
chaulmugra
chaumer (current term)
chaumers
chaunce
chaunced
chauncel
chaunceler
chaunceller
chauncellor
chauncellour
chauncelor
chauncelour
chaunces
chauncest
chaunceth
chauncing

Literary usage of Chaumer

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1. Publications by Spalding Club, Aberdeen, John Spalding (1852)
"... and Alexander chaumer of ... a lettre at him apon Alexander of chaumer, ... of this toune and Alexander of chaumer, ..."

2. The Miscellany of the Spalding Club by Spalding Club, Aberdeen, John Stuart (1852)
"... and Alexander chaumer of ... a lettre at him apon Alexander of chaumer, ... of this tonne and Alexander of chaumer, ..."

3. A Complete Word and Phrase Concordance to the Poems and Songs of Robert by J. B. Reid (1889)
"Commentator. Now, butt an' ben, the Change-house nib, Wi' yill-caup Commentators : . . The Holy Fair. 18. Commerce-chaumer [Chamber of Commerce]. ..."

4. The Bride of Lammermoor: And, A Legend of Montrose by Walter Scott (1878)
"For wha," said he, " would have thought of the secret chaumer being needed? it has not been used since the time of the Gowrie Conspiracy, and I durst never ..."

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