Definition of Nishes

1. nish [n] - See also: nish



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nishes

nirlit
nirls
nirly
nirvana principle
nirvanas
nirvanic
nis
nisba
nisberry
nisbite
nisei
niseis
nisey
nish
nishes (current term)
nishi
nisi
nisin
nisoldipine
nisoxetine
nisse
nissen fundoplication
nisses
nissl bodies
nissonite
niste
nisus
nit
nit-noid

Literary usage of Nishes

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1. A Vindication of the Most Reverend Thomas Cranmer, Lord Archbishop of by Henry John Todd (1826)
"... nishes, when we find the title considered as the child of fanaticism, and as an ambidextrous weapon in theological warfare. 5. Upon the trial of Lambert ..."

2. A Practical treatise on materia medica and therapeutics by Roberts Bartholow (1891)
"... which is composed of miles of very fine nishes a brilliant spark sometimes several inches in length (I Electro-magnetism is the title of that mode of ..."

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