Definition of Trocks

1. trock [v] - See also: trock



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trocks

trochoidal
trochoids
trochometer
trochometers
trochophore
trochophores
trochorizocardia
trochosphere
trochospheres
trochus
trochuses
trock
trocked
trocken
trocking
trocks (current term)
troctolite
troctolites
troctolitic
trod
trod water
trodded
trodden
trodden water
trodding
trode
trodes
trods
troelie
troelies

Literary usage of Trocks

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

1. Chronicle of Scottish Poetry: From the Thirteenth Century, to the Union of ...by James Sibbald by James Sibbald (1802)
"trocks, toys, trinkets. ... one wbo deals in harter- ing, a trucker ; from trocks, trinkets. Tro-wending, .wandering to and fro. ..."

2. Joseph Arch: The Story of His Life by Joseph Arch (1898)
"On Thursday, August 28th, we went on board the Caspian, Allan Line steamer, Captain J. trocks being in command, and we loosed from Liverpool about 2.30 pm I ..."

3. Story of His Life Told by Himself by Joseph Arch (1898)
"On Thursday, August 28th, we went on board the Caspian, Allan Line steamer, Captain J. trocks being in command, and we loosed from Liverpool about 2.30 pm I ..."

4. An Introduction to Geology by William Berryman Scott (1897)
"3,2 m^St^K depths to which .78) are cleared out trocks laid bare. 4ks, when exposed tc i of the moving ice, $ down, scored, pol- i rounded in a way be ..."

5. Newfoundland to Manitoba Through Canada's Maritime, Mining, and Prairie by William Fraser Rae (1881)
"I visited Newfoundland in the Allan liner Caspian, under the command of Captain trocks, an experienced sailor and excellent man. The Caspian is one of three ..."

6. Second Series of Bibliographical Collections and Notes on Early English by William Carew Hazlitt (1882)
"The Compleat Gamester : Or, Instructions how to play at Billiards, trocks, Bowls, and Chess. . . . The second Edition. London : Printed for Henry Brome, . ..."

7. On the Spanish Main: Or, Some English Forays on the Isthmus of Darien. With by John Masefield (1906)
"The carriage wheels, or trocks, were not to be too high, for if they were too high they hindered the mariners, when they ran the cannon out in action ..."

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