Definition of Schellums

1. schellum [n] - See also: schellum



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Schellums

schedulers
schedules
scheduling
schedulings
scheele's green
scheelin
scheelite
scheelites
scheelium
scheie's syndrome
scheik
scheiks
schelium
schellies
schellum
schellums (current term)
schelly
schelm
schelms
schema
schemaless
schemalike
schemas
schemat
schemata
schematic
schematic drawing
schematic eye
schematic variable
schematically

Literary usage of Schellums

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1. Reminiscences of a Falconer by Charles Hawkins Fisher (1901)
"Some are bold, others shy; some eager, others the reverse; but in time all, except the occasional schellums or rogues, whom none can tame, come to hand, ..."

2. Merry Drollery Compleat: Being Jovial Poems, Merry Songs, &c. Collected by W by Joseph Woodfall Ebsworth (1875)
"... Eldest states should first be crown'd [;] English schellums fight not on Gods side. But alas, they have given our Flemish Boats such a That we shall be ..."

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