Definition of Semmits

1. semmit [n] - See also: semmit



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Semmits

semivocal
semivocalic
semivolatile
semivoluntary
semivowel
semivowels
semiweak
semiweeklies
semiweekly
semiwhisper
semiwild
semiworks
semiyearly
semla
semmit
semmits (current term)
semoleon
semolina
semolina pudding
semolina puddings
semolinas
semordnilap
semordnilaps
semorphone
semper
semper-
semper fi
semperannual
sempergreen

Literary usage of Semmits

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1. Ordnance Gazetteer of Scotland: A Survey of Scottish Topography, Staistical by Francis Hindes Groome (1883)
"From the higher semmits of the Grampians, a brilliant view is obtained, not only of Forfarshire and part of Perthshire, but of Fife, East Lothian, ..."

2. Practice of the Scottish Poor Law by George A. Mackay (1907)
"semmits—How many required t SHIRTS— Do. CAPS— Do. Si/c CRAVATS— Do. LEGGINGS— Do. Size It' any other article is required, state so. ..."

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