Definition of Lawins

1. lawin [n] - See also: lawin



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lawins

lawful interceptions
lawfull
lawfully
lawfully-begotten
lawfulness
lawfulnesses
lawgiver
lawgivers
lawgiving
lawgivings
lawin
lawine
lawines
lawing
lawings
lawins (current term)
lawk
lawks
lawks a-mercy
lawl
lawland
lawlands
lawless
lawlessly
lawlessness
lawlessnesses
lawlike
lawmaker
lawmakers
lawmaking

Literary usage of Lawins

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1. Tales and Sketches by James Hogg (1837)
"Montrose galloped to an eminence and called to the Earl of Antrim to assist M'Donald, but still this manoeuvre by the laird of lawins was concealed from his ..."

2. The Charm of Scandinaviaby Francis Edward Clark, Sydney Clark by Francis Edward Clark, Sydney Clark (1914)
"... "Among the Danes"; " Swedish Life in Town and Country," by Oscar G. von Heidenstam; Emil Svenson, Holger Ros- man, Gunnar Anderson, and CG lawins, ..."

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