Words and phrases that have a meaning related to tindal:   (122 results)

Often used in the same context:
grice, skaith, bothwell, sarre, plaister, newbolt, foister, yarborough, cullis, hutching, cribb, roseberry, cripps, shaddock, bouser, mccrae, panton, cowper, trask, handford, whetter, dargue, tindale, burgoyne, burchell, perrie, skipworth, haynie, goldney, juggins, codlin, kerse, sowter, spurway, carby, grierson, bradwell, boulter, bunce, speake, boddice, skene, southey, bartram, florey, pirrie, girkin, tocher, devane, berryman, vair, dearling, valure, bodle, lamper, copeman, crang, maunder, presnell, vinyard, unthank, redwine, lawing, sauls, capling, dickenson, frape, cobbett, macdonnell, keech, hardcastle, kinchin, annis, spiring, bocking, tupman, macinnes, standfast, andrewes, harpe, macrae, broddle, southcott, westcott, tramble, scard, abee, bawden, dogget, lythe, mickle, seamster, mcdowall, kirkman, drinkwater, coln, charleton, rimmer, maclennan, whitlow, pirie, orpin, apothecary, browne, clifford, twain, winthrop, 14th, abbas, abbe, abbess, abbot, academician, adam, admiral, agrippa, ambrose, anderson, andrea, annotator, anselm, antiquary

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— Adjectives for tindal: late, maleate, old, famous, rascal, first, celebrated, worthy

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