Definition of Devons

1. Noun. (plural of Devon) ¹



2. Noun. (plural of devon) ¹

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Definition of Devons

1. devon [n] - See also: devon

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Devons

devolatilizers
devolution
devolutional
devolutionary
devolutionist
devolutionists
devolutions
devolve
devolve on
devolved
devolvement
devolves
devolving
devon
devonian
devons (current term)
devoration
devorations
devore
devot
devotaries
devotary
devotchka
devotchkas
devote
devoted
devoted(p)
devotedly
devotedness
devotednesses

Literary usage of Devons

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1. American Agriculturist (1847)
"The prices, although comporting with the times, we learn, were satisfactory to both the sellers and purchasers. These devons are walking into the rich and ..."

2. Annual Report by Ohio State Board of Agriculture (1876)
"... viz., Scotch cows without horns, and Mr. Richard Booth also used them for a cross, and the Longhorns, if not the Herefords and devons, wer"e also used. ..."

3. Notes and Queries by Martim de Albuquerque (1860)
"... in the Possession of hi, Grace the Duke of DeVons?ur4 with the Two Texts printed on opposite Pages, ..."

4. The Genesee Farmer. (1849)
"AMONG the improved breeds of cattle in this country, the devons are held in high ... The color of pure devons is always red, varying to a dark mahogany. ..."

5. The American Agriculturist (1847)
"When attending the late State Cattle Show at Utica. and witnessing there the beautiful exhibition of pure North devons belonging to Messrs. ..."

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