Definition of Salvages

1. Noun. (plural of salvage) ¹



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Definition of Salvages

1. salvage [v] - See also: salvage

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Literary usage of Salvages

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1. The Trve Travels, Adventvres and Observations of Captaine Iohn Smith, in by John Smith (1819)
"Upon this River they seldome see any salvages, but in the woods, many times their fires: yet some few there are, that upon their opportunitie have slaine ..."

2. New English Canaan: Text, Notes, Biography & Criticism by Thomas Morton (1999)
"... as it hath been credibly reported; and have made the chief Judge of them all buckle to him.346 [ CHAPTER V. Of a Massacre Made upon the salvages at ..."

3. Works, 1608-1631: Of Willoughby by Alfoed, Lincolnshire; President of by John Smith, Edward Arber (1895)
"... the salvages became subiect to the English Hen the shippes departed [November, 1608], al the provision of the store but that the President had gotten, ..."

4. Works, 1608-1631 by John Smith, Edward Arber (1895)
"... and the salvages, built a blocke house in the necke of our He, kept by a garrison, to entertaine the salvages trade, and none to passe or repasse, ..."

5. Magnalia Christi Americana: Or, The Ecclesiastical History of New-England by Cotton Mather, Thomas Robbins, Samuel Gardner Drake (1853)
"In the j* 1635, a bark, sailing from the Massachuset-bay to Virginia, being by i tempest cast away at Long-Island, the same terrible salvages killed several ..."

6. Thirty-six Voyages to Various Parts of the World, Made Between the Years by George Coggeshall (1858)
"There are two small islands called the salvages, which lie almost directly in the track. They are quite low, and in a dark night can be seen but a very ..."

7. War Finance: As Viewed from the Roof of the World in Switzerland by Clarence Walker Barron (1919)
"... HOSPITALS, AND salvages Tours, France, Autumn THE American boys in khaki are not in the English or French cities, but they can be found in camps that ..."

8. The emigrant ship: A Novel by William Clark Russell (1893)
"THE salvages. I WALKED aft, meaning to put my pipe away and shave. Fletcher stood motionless beside a backstay, against which he steadied Cadman's huge ..."

9. The Trve Travels, Adventvres and Observations of Captaine Iohn Smith, in by John Smith (1819)
"Upon this River they seldome see any salvages, but in the woods, many times their fires: yet some few there are, that upon their opportunitie have slaine ..."

10. New English Canaan: Text, Notes, Biography & Criticism by Thomas Morton (1999)
"... as it hath been credibly reported; and have made the chief Judge of them all buckle to him.346 [ CHAPTER V. Of a Massacre Made upon the salvages at ..."

11. Works, 1608-1631: Of Willoughby by Alfoed, Lincolnshire; President of by John Smith, Edward Arber (1895)
"... the salvages became subiect to the English Hen the shippes departed [November, 1608], al the provision of the store but that the President had gotten, ..."

12. Works, 1608-1631 by John Smith, Edward Arber (1895)
"... and the salvages, built a blocke house in the necke of our He, kept by a garrison, to entertaine the salvages trade, and none to passe or repasse, ..."

13. Magnalia Christi Americana: Or, The Ecclesiastical History of New-England by Cotton Mather, Thomas Robbins, Samuel Gardner Drake (1853)
"In the j* 1635, a bark, sailing from the Massachuset-bay to Virginia, being by i tempest cast away at Long-Island, the same terrible salvages killed several ..."

14. Thirty-six Voyages to Various Parts of the World, Made Between the Years by George Coggeshall (1858)
"There are two small islands called the salvages, which lie almost directly in the track. They are quite low, and in a dark night can be seen but a very ..."

15. War Finance: As Viewed from the Roof of the World in Switzerland by Clarence Walker Barron (1919)
"... HOSPITALS, AND salvages Tours, France, Autumn THE American boys in khaki are not in the English or French cities, but they can be found in camps that ..."

16. The emigrant ship: A Novel by William Clark Russell (1893)
"THE salvages. I WALKED aft, meaning to put my pipe away and shave. Fletcher stood motionless beside a backstay, against which he steadied Cadman's huge ..."

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