Definition of Chaumers

1. chaumer [n] - See also: chaumer



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chaumers

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

Literary usage of Chaumers

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1. The British Bibliographer by Joseph Haslewood, Sir Egerton Brydges (1812)
"At the end he is commended by h:s dear friend, Rob. Cooke, " though yong and scarcely fledg'd," as daring to be heard amongst old chaumers. ..."

2. Fraser's Magazine for Town and Country (1866)
"comforted by the seeming coincidence that grey old St. Regulus was ringing at that moment with the characteristic exploits of ' Mad Tarn chaumers,' as ..."

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