Definition of Quebrachos

1. Noun. (plural of quebracho) ¹



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Definition of Quebrachos

1. quebracho [n] - See also: quebracho

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Quebrachos

queasily
queasiness
queasinesses
queasy
queazen
queazier
queaziest
queazy
quebec
quebec group
quebecol
quebrachamine
quebrachine
quebrachitol
quebrachos (current term)
quebrith
qued
quede
quedship
queechier
queechy
queed
queefed
queefing
queefs
queem

Literary usage of Quebrachos

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Cruise of the "Falcon": A Voyage to South America in a 30-ton Yacht by Edward Frederick Knight (1884)
"The dogs of quebrachos were as hospitable as the inhabitants, and not wanting in kind attention to the strangers. They came from the four corners of the ..."

2. Neues Handwörterbuch der Chemie by Karl Hell, Carl Haussermann (1890)
"Das Holz dieser quebrachos dient theils zu ... Ueberhaupt kommen in chemischer Beziehung vorerst nur die folgenden quebrachos in Betracht. ..."

3. Notes on Central America: Particularly the States of Honduras and San by Ephraim George Squier (1855)
"... and of good quality. "2. Perillos—Abundant in the same class of metal. " 3. quebrachos—Good gold, but in smaller grains, and less abundant. "4. ..."

4. La Plata, the Argentine Confederation and Paraguay: Being a Narrative of the by Thomas Jefferson Page (1859)
"Our bivouac fires for the night were close to th river, and near a skirting of fine quebrachos, one mile belo'v Paso de Coria, in latitude 29° 13'42" south, ..."

5. La Plata, the Argentine Confederation and Paraguay: Being a Narrative of the by Thomas Jefferson Page (1859)
"Our bivouac fires for the night were close to the river, and near a skirting of fine quebrachos, one mile below Paso de Coria, in latitude 29° 13'42" south, ..."

6. La Plata, the Argentine Confederation, and Paraguay: Being a Narrative of by Thomas Jefferson Page (1859)
"Our bivouac fires for the night were close to the river, and near a skirting of fine quebrachos, one mile below Paso de Coria, in latitude 29° 13' 42" south ..."

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