Definition of Sarsden

1. grey-coloured sandstone [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sarsden

sarracenia
sarracenias
sarrasin
sarrasins
sarrazin
sarrazins
sarrusophone
sarrusophones
sarsaparilla
sarsaparilla root
sarsaparillas
sarsaparillin
sarsar
sarsars
sarsasapogenin
sarsden (current term)
sarsdens
sarse
sarsed
sarsen
sarsenet
sarsenets
sarsens
sarses
sarsing
sarsnet
sarsnets
sarsparilla
sarsparillas
sartain

Literary usage of Sarsden

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1. The Ecclesiastical and Architectural Topography of England by Thomas Rickman (1850)
"sarsden, . Modern. Some ancient remains of the old mansion. There is a view of the old church in Skelton, 84. SHIPTON UNDER WYCHWOOD, Sf. Mary. ..."

2. Cassell's Gazetteer of Great Britain and Ireland: Being a Complete ...Great Britain (1900)
"Here is a Primitive Methodist hapel. 3 BB nf Southampton. sarsden, pa. on the Evenlode, N. Oxon, 2^ sw f Chipping Norton; ac. 1383; soil and sub-;. ..."

3. British Farmer's Magazine (1864)
"SALE OF THE sarsden HERD. Tliis extensive herd of Shorthorns, which has for some \f?,irs been so distinguished in the Oxfordshire show-yards, ¡nul lias also ..."

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