Definition of Mandora

1. a large mandoline [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mandora

mandments
mandocello
mandola
mandolas
mandolin
mandoline
mandolines
mandolinist
mandolinists
mandolinlike
mandolins
mandom
mandoms
mandopop
mandor
mandora (current term)
mandoras
mandore
mandorla
mandorlas
mandragora
mandragoras
mandragorite
mandragorites
mandrake
mandrake root
mandrakes
mandraulic
mandred
mandrel

Literary usage of Mandora

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1. Medals of the British Army: And how They Were Won by Thomas Carter (1861)
"Ahout six o'clock in the morning of the 13th. of March, the British advanced to attack the enemy's position in front of mandora. The leading brigades were ..."

2. A short history of the naval and military operations in Egypt from 1798 to 1802 by John M. Burgoyne (1885)
"CHAPTER V. British expedition ordered to Egypt—Assembles at Minorca and Malta—Lands in Egypt—Severe action—Battle of mandora—Actions in front of Alexandria. ..."

3. History of the British Expedition to Egypt;: To which is Subjoined, a Sketch by Robert Thomas Wilson (1803)
"As the ground on which the column of the right will have to proceed, beyond mandora, is woody, the infantry will form the advanced guard; the dragoons ..."

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