Definition of Eglantines

1. Noun. (plural of eglantine) ¹



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Definition of Eglantines

1. eglantine [n] - See also: eglantine

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Eglantines

eggwash
eggwashes
eggwhisk
eggwhisks
eggwhite
eggwhites
eggy
eggy bread
eghen
egilopical
egis
egises
eglandular
eglandulous
eglantine
eglantines (current term)
eglatere
eglateres
eglestonite
eglin C
egling
eglings
eglog
eglogs
eglomerate
eglomise
egma
egmas
ego
ego-

Literary usage of Eglantines

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1. The Canadian Birthday Book: With Poetical Selections for Every Day in the Year by Susie Frances Harrison, Seranus (1887)
"... Purple clustered traceries Of the cottage climbing vines ; Scarlet fruited eglantines ; Maple forests all aflame When thy sharp-tongued legates came, ..."

2. The American Monthly Magazine (1837)
"Our eglantines are our loveliest relations, and I wonder our minstrel Milton, who is accuracy itself in general, could have fallen into the mistake of ..."

3. The Works of the British Poets: With Lives of the Authors by Ezekiel Sanford, William Shenstone, Robert Walsh (1819)
"Sir William saw briars and vines in abundance: the eglantines were not to be found; but, as he discovered some honeysuckles, ' it is evident,' he says, ..."

4. Girl Impersonations by Stanley Schell (1912)
"EGLANTINE OR eglantines ... forward and holding out eglantines and large letter "£"]. E stands for Eglantine, fragrant and green, They tell of Love of May ..."

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