Definition of Rattons
1. ratton [n] - See also: ratton
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rattons
Literary usage of Rattons
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1892)
"A minister, rebuking a labouring man for sleeping in church, was told, " It's because I canna sleep at hame for the rattons and the ..."
2. The Yale Literary Magazine by Lyman Hotchkiss Bagg, Yale University (1887)
"... help but see the tigerish quality and gruesomeness of the deep where the dead " thick like rattons" lie amid the sea-tangle and the wrecks of ships. ..."
3. The Vision of William Concerning Piers Plowman: Together with Vita de Dowel by William Langland (1867)
"1 Tyrwhitt says, " Indeed, from the mention of the kitten in the tale of the rattons, I should suspect that the author wrote at the very end of the reign of ..."
4. The Vision of William Concerning Piers Plowman: Together with Vita de Dowel by William Langland (1867)
"... for, if he wrote the "story of the rattons" in 1376 l (which seems extremely probable from the very significant quotation " Ve terre иЫ puer rex est ") ..."