Definition of Mashlam

1. a mixed grain [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mashlam

masher
mashers
mashes
mashgiach
mashgiah
mashgichim
mashgihim
mashie
mashie-niblick
mashie niblick
mashier
mashies
mashiest
mashing
mashings
mashlam (current term)
mashlams
mashlim
mashlims
mashlin
mashlins
mashloch
mashlochs
mashlum
mashlums
mashman
mashmen
mashrabiya
mashua
mashuas

Literary usage of Mashlam

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1. Lectures on the Applications of Chemistry and Geology to Agriculture by James Finlay Weir Johnston (1849)
"... beneficial effect produced on the four acres of mashlam crop above alluded to. RESULT.—Though tione so late that the beans teere already coming into ..."

2. The New Statistical Account of Scotland by Society for the Benefit of the Sons and Daughters of the Clergy (1845)
"... 6. oats or mashlam ; 7. two years of pasture choked with weeds, unaided by sown grasses, and therefore deficient both in quality and quantity. ..."

3. The Upper Ward of Lanarkshire Described and Delineated by George Vere Irving (1864)
"The bread was generally oatcakes. In many farm-houses it was composed of pease and oats in proportion, according to taste. This bread was called " mashlam. ..."

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