Definition of Southrons

1. Noun. (plural of southron) ¹



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Definition of Southrons

1. southron [n] - See also: southron

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Southrons

southernwood
southernwoods
southers
southing
southings
southland
southlands
southly
southness
southnesses
southpaw
southpaws
southren
southron
southrons (current term)
souths
southsaid
southsay
southsayer
southsayers
southsaying
southsays
southside
southward
southwardly
southwards
southwest
southwest by south
southwest by west

Literary usage of Southrons

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1. The Scottish Chiefs by Jane Porter (1827)
"The southrons, little expecting an assault from an adversary they had so lately driven off1 the field, were taken by surprise, but they fought well; ..."

2. American Lands and Letters by Donald Grant Mitchell (1899)
"... his physical buoyancy not broken down, living amid a great host of illusions ; his mind placid, but distraught. southrons and Dr. Ware. ..."

3. The Scottish chiefs. Revised by Jane Porter (1862)
"It was at this period that the signal was given from the horn of Wallace ; and the division of Graham meeting the retreating southrons as they attempted to ..."

4. Europe in the Nineteenth Century by Harry Pratt Judson (1901)
"NORTHMEN AND southrons. THE student of history knows that geography has Effect of had a powerful influence on the development of civili- the course of ..."

5. Europe in the Nineteenth Century by Harry Pratt Judson (1894)
"NORTHMEN AND southrons. THE student of history knows that geography has had a powerful influence on the development of civilization. ..."

6. Poetry, Lyrical, Narrative and Satirical, of the Civil War by Richard Grant White (1866)
"southrons." You can never win them back — Never! never! Though they perish on the track Of your endeavor; Though their corses strew the earth That SMILED ..."

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