Definition of Spanglets

1. spanglet [n] - See also: spanglet



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Spanglets

spanger
spanghew
spanghewed
spanghewing
spanghews
spanging
spangite
spangle
spangled
spangled kookaburra
spangled kookaburras
spangler
spanglers
spangles
spanglet
spanglets (current term)
spanglier
spangliest
spangling
spangly
spangolite
spangolites
spangs
spanielled
spanielling
spaniels
spanikopita
spaning
spaniolitmin

Literary usage of Spanglets

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Odd Fellows' Magazine by Independent Order of Odd Fellows Manchester Unity (1838)
"spanglets of Heaven ! ye seem to me The alphabet of immensity, By which I read in dazzling light The lofty name of the Infinite. ..."

2. A History of English Poetry by William John Courthope (1903)
"11); " spanglets " (Purple Island, xii. 69); " circlets " (Purple Island, xii. 84) ; "dolours" (Purple Island, vii. ..."

3. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1821)
"... to contain much reddish felspar, glistening with quartz of the same colour, spanglets of black mica, and some very minute and thinly scattered grain* «f ..."

4. Monthly Review (1821)
"... and which, when closely examined, are observed to contain much reddish felspar, glistening with quartz of the same colour, spanglets of black ..."

5. The Metropolitan (1838)
"... murmurs the good woman was duly rebuked by the wiser Klias. • Vide Ihe Letters of Clarendon from the Hague. t To be continued. spanglets OF HEAVEN. ..."

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