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Historical Examples

The little things for argle-bargle, the big uns’ for smokin’, that’s what I sez!
Mad Shepherds L. P. Jacks

another word for argy-bargy


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    a crude tartar, produced as a by-product in casks by the fermentation of wine grapes, used as a mordant in dyeing, in the manufacture of tartaric acid, and in fertilizers. Historical Examples After these juices have been secreted, the ores themselves are melted, with argol added to them. De Re Metallica Georgius Agricola Everything one […]

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    an ancient district in SE Greece. Gulf of, a gulf of the Aegean, in SE Greece. About 30 miles (48 km) long. Historical Examples He ordered his troops to provision themselves for five days, and led them to Sellasia, as though he intended to invade Argolis. Plutarch’s Lives, Volume IV Aubrey Stewart Nauplia then became […]

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