Definition of Tuarts

1. tuart [n] - See also: tuart



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tuarts

tsutsumus
tsuyuharai
tszoris
tszuj
tszujed
tszujes
tszujing
tteok
tteoks
tu-whit tu-whoo
tu quoque
tuaminoheptane
tuan
tuans
tuart
tuarts (current term)
tuatara
tuataras
tuatera
tuateras
tuath
tuaths
tub
tub-cart
tub-thumper
tub chair
tub gurnard
tub of guts
tub of lard
tuba

Literary usage of Tuarts

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1. History of the English People by John Richard Green (1880)
"Harley, still influenced by the Presby- s°tuarts. te"an leanings of his early life, and more jealous of Lord ..."

2. The Law and Custom of the Constitution by William Reynell Anson (1886)
"... with their packed Parliaments, had not Tudors or the same risk of being asked to assent to legislation of which ' tuarts, they disapproved, ..."

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