Definition of Sloyds

1. sloyd [n] - See also: sloyd



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sloyds

slowmatches
slowness
slownesses
slowpitch
slowplay
slowplayed
slowplaying
slowplays
slowpoke
slowpokes
slows
slowth
slowworm
slowworms
sloyd
sloyds (current term)
slub
slubb
slubbed
slubber
slubberdegullion
slubberdegullions
slubbered
slubbering
slubberingly
slubbers
slubbier
slubbiest
slubbing
slubbings

Literary usage of Sloyds

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1. Principles and Methods of Teaching: A Manual for Normal Schools, Reading by Charles Clinton Boyer (1899)
"(2) Paper sloyds and wood sloyds of the geometrical forms, the construction to be preceded by working drawings made by the pupil, and by the teacher's ..."

2. Principles and Methods of Teaching: A Manual for Normal Schools, Reading by Charles Clinton Boyer (1899)
"(2) Paper sloyds and wood sloyds of the geometrical forms, the construction to be preceded by working drawings made by the pupil, and by the teacher's ..."

3. The Monthly Review by Henry Newbolt, Charles Hanbury-Williams (1901)
"He did some professional work for sloyds from time to time, and that member of the firm who had let Merrion Lodge to Mina ..."

4. The School World (1901)
"... be clearly understood at the outset that in Sweden, the country of its birth, Educational Sloyd is but the youngest of a family of four brother sloyds, ..."

5. Transactions by American Foundrymen's Society (1903)
"After taking three or four lessons at what they term one of their "sloyds"—they call it sloyd over there—little boys will produce things in wood that to me ..."

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