Definition of Sollars

1. sollar [n] - See also: sollar



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sollars

soliton
soliton wave
solitonic
solitonized
solitons
solitude
solitudes
solitudinarian
solitudinarians
solitudinous
solitudinously
solivagant
solive
solives
sollar
sollars (current term)
sollein
soller
solleret
sollerets
sollers
solly
solmisation
solmizate
solmization
solmizations
soln
solo
solo album
solo albums

Literary usage of Sollars

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1. 50 Ways Farmers Can Protect Their Groundwater by Michael C. Hirschi, F. William Simmons, Doug Peterson, Ed Giles (1998)
"Mike sollars Soil testing with grids In Ohio, the sollars' system is producing some down-to-earth results. Mike sollars farms 3000 acres near the town ..."

2. The Cheshire Sheaf edited by Francis Sanders, William Ferguson Irvine, J. Brownbill (1896)
"all the gardens, cellars, ' sollars,' buildings &c. now in the holding of John Hankey Ao. Know ye moreover, that I have given all my croft lying on the Dee ..."

3. The Ohio Law Journal (1883)
"SAMUEL sollars, ET AL. October 24, 1882. 1. A purchaser at a tax sale of land delinquent for the non-payment of assessments under the Two Mile Road ..."

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