Definition of Scalls

1. scall [n] - See also: scall



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scalls

scallies
scallion
scallions
scallop
scallop shell
scallop theorem
scallop theorems
scalloped
scalloper
scallopers
scallopine
scalloping
scallopini
scallopinis
scallops
scalls (current term)
scally
scallywag
scallywags
scalogram
scalograms
scaloppine
scaloppines
scaloppini
scalp
scalp contusion
scalp haematoma
scalp hair
scalp infection
scalp laceration

Literary usage of Scalls

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

1. Lancashire Parish Register Society: Publications by Lancashire Parish Register Society (1907)
"T . John Marre of scalls & 1 ••• John [? ... 26 „ Wido: Marre of scalls 2 ... d. of Will: [of] scalls ..."

2. Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal (1850)
"... are two perfectly distinct diseases, which arise from two different scalls, the first of which agrees with the disease described by Gruby, ..."

3. A Glossary of Words Used in Swaledale, Yorkshire by John Harland (1876)
"Some botanists class them with garlic. ' As ram as a scullion,' said of a person of disagreeable contact. scalls, s. pi. blisters ; scabs. ..."

4. The London Medical Gazette (1840)
"The various scabby scalls require the strongest topical applications of iodine freely and assiduously repeated, with such a systematic internal use of the ..."

5. Lancashire Parish Register Society: Publications by Lancashire Parish Register Society (1907)
"T . John Marre of scalls & 1 ••• John [? ... 26 „ Wido: Marre of scalls 2 ... d. of Will: [of] scalls ..."

6. Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal (1850)
"... are two perfectly distinct diseases, which arise from two different scalls, the first of which agrees with the disease described by Gruby, ..."

7. A Glossary of Words Used in Swaledale, Yorkshire by John Harland (1876)
"Some botanists class them with garlic. ' As ram as a scullion,' said of a person of disagreeable contact. scalls, s. pi. blisters ; scabs. ..."

8. The London Medical Gazette (1840)
"The various scabby scalls require the strongest topical applications of iodine freely and assiduously repeated, with such a systematic internal use of the ..."

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