Definition of Szechwan

1. Noun. A populous province of south central China.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Szechwan

Syringa vulgaris
Syriza
Syrophoenician
Syrophoenicians
Syrrhaptes
Syrrhaptes paradoxus
SysRq
Systeme International
Systeme International d'Unites
Syzygium
Syzygium aromaticum
Szczecin
Szczedrzyk
Szechuan
Szechuan pepper
Szechwan
Szechwan province
Szeged
Szell
Szent-Gyorgyi
Szilard
Szlachta
Sánchez
São Luis
São Tomé
São Toméan
Sãotomense
Sèkèrè
Ségou
Sûreté

Literary usage of Szechwan

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

1. Travels in North and Central China by John Grant Birch (1902)
"On November 30, St. Andrew's day, at nine o'clock in the morning, we reached the land " flowing with milk and honey,"—the wealthy province of szechwan, ..."

2. Commercial Handbook of China by Julean Arnold (1920)
"szechwan, Yunnan, Kweichow, Mongolia, or Sinkiang the following rates apply: 1°. Parcels between steam-served places transmitted throughout by steam ..."

3. The Jubilee Story of the China Inland Mission by Marshall Broomhall (1915)
"WW Cassels received from Dr. George Moule, who as Bishop in Mid-China had nominal Episcopal jurisdiction over szechwan, a license to take charge of the work ..."

4. The Provinces of China: Together with a History of the First Year of H.I.M by Clarence Dalrymple Bruce (1910)
"szechwan is probably second to no other province in its production of silk, ... Tobacco is grown more largely in szechwan than in any other province of ..."

5. Bulletin by United States Bureau of Plant Industry, Division of Plant Industry, Queensland (1911)
"From Chungking, szechwan, China, 1908. Plants stout, erect, bushy; height 14 to 20 inches; late; pubescence tawny; flowers purple; pods medium-sized, ..."

6. Reports on Trade at the Treaty Ports by China Hai guan zong shui wu si shu (1880)
"The province of szechwan is still untouched by any prohibitive measures, and continues to supply drug to the Hankow market, but, necessarily, ..."

7. Journal of the American Asiatic Association by American Asiatic Association (1911)
"Family. Localities. Family. Peking 7.3 Shansi 5.0 Shun T'ien Fu (exclu- Chekiang 4.4 sive of Peking)... 6.7 Kiangsi 4.2 Kirin 8.4 szechwan 5.0 ..."

8. Travels in North and Central China by John Grant Birch (1902)
"On November 30, St. Andrew's day, at nine o'clock in the morning, we reached the land " flowing with milk and honey,"—the wealthy province of szechwan, ..."

9. Commercial Handbook of China by Julean Arnold (1920)
"szechwan, Yunnan, Kweichow, Mongolia, or Sinkiang the following rates apply: 1°. Parcels between steam-served places transmitted throughout by steam ..."

10. The Jubilee Story of the China Inland Mission by Marshall Broomhall (1915)
"WW Cassels received from Dr. George Moule, who as Bishop in Mid-China had nominal Episcopal jurisdiction over szechwan, a license to take charge of the work ..."

11. The Provinces of China: Together with a History of the First Year of H.I.M by Clarence Dalrymple Bruce (1910)
"szechwan is probably second to no other province in its production of silk, ... Tobacco is grown more largely in szechwan than in any other province of ..."

12. Bulletin by United States Bureau of Plant Industry, Division of Plant Industry, Queensland (1911)
"From Chungking, szechwan, China, 1908. Plants stout, erect, bushy; height 14 to 20 inches; late; pubescence tawny; flowers purple; pods medium-sized, ..."

13. Reports on Trade at the Treaty Ports by China Hai guan zong shui wu si shu (1880)
"The province of szechwan is still untouched by any prohibitive measures, and continues to supply drug to the Hankow market, but, necessarily, ..."

14. Journal of the American Asiatic Association by American Asiatic Association (1911)
"Family. Localities. Family. Peking 7.3 Shansi 5.0 Shun T'ien Fu (exclu- Chekiang 4.4 sive of Peking)... 6.7 Kiangsi 4.2 Kirin 8.4 szechwan 5.0 ..."

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