Definition of Kellauts

1. kellaut [n] - See also: kellaut



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kellauts

keitloas
kekaeshi
keks
keksye
keksyes
kekulene
keld
kelectome
kelep
keleps
kelim
kelims
keliximab
kellaut
kellauts (current term)
kellies
kellipot
kells
kelly green
kellyite
keloid
keloidal
keloidosis
keloids
keloplasty
kelotomies
kelotomy
kelp

Literary usage of Kellauts

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1. The Works of the Right Honorable Edmund Burke by Edmund Burke (1890)
"And he the said Warren Hastings did send kellauts, or robes of honour, (the most public and distinguished mode of acknowledging merit known in India,) to ..."

2. The Works of the Right Hon. Edmund Burke: With a Biographical and Critical by Edmund Burke (1834)
"And he the said Warren Hastings did send kellauts, or robes of honour, (the most publick and distinguished mode of acknowledging merit known in India,) to ..."

3. The Writings and Speeches of Edmund Burke by Edmund Burke (1901)
"And he, the said Warren Hastings, did send kellauts, or robes of honor, (the most public and distinguished mode of acknowledging merit known in India,) to ..."

4. The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke by Edmund Burke (1819)
"... with some testimony of his (the said " Hastings's) approbation and favour." And he the said Warren Hastings did send kellauts, or robes of honour (the ..."

5. The Works of Edmund Burke: With a Memoir by Edmund Burke (1860)
"And he, the said Warren Hastings, did send kellauts, or robes of ho- •our (the most public and distinguished mode of acknowledging merit known in India) tc ..."

6. The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke by Edmund Burke (1855)
"And he the said Warren Hastings did send kellauts, or robes of honour, (the most public and distinguished mode of acknowledging merit known in India. ..."

7. The Works of the Right Honorable Edmund Burke by Edmund Burke (1869)
"And he, the said Warren Hastings, did send kellauts, or robes of honor, (the most public and distinguished mode of acknowledging merit known in India,) to ..."

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