Definition of Eatches

1. eatche [n] - See also: eatche



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Eatches

eat out of someone's hand
eat someone's dust
eat someone out of house and home
eat the seed corn
eat the wind
eat up
eatability
eatable
eatables
eatage
eatages
eatathon
eatche
eatches (current term)
eate
eated
eaten
eaten away
eaten like a bird
eaten like a horse
eaten one's seed corn
eaten one's words
eaten the seed corn
eaten up(p)
eater
eaterie
eateries
eaters

Literary usage of Eatches

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1. The Romance and Prophecies of Thomas of Erceldoune: Printed from Five by Thomas, James Augustus Henry Murray (1875)
"There comes a Lord out of the North, Riding vpon a Horse of tree, that broad landes hath beyond Forth, The white Hinde beareth he, 170 And two eatches that ..."

2. The Creevey Papers: A Selection from the Correspondence & Diaries of the by Thomas Creevey (1904)
"eatches just as the Duke drove up. I followed in a ;w minutes. Hope had told him I was with him, and when I came he shook hands out of the window. ..."

3. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and General (1890)
"... sultry day” better than morning “ clad in roast In the beautiful verses on the “ Death of the Lee.' his ear eatches a dirge in the wind ..."

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