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Tindal  n.  
A petty officer among lascars, or native East Indian sailors; a boatswain's mate; a cockswain. (India)
An attendant on an army. (India)

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"Tindal" Quotes from Famous Books

... having lost on the voyage an infant whom he had probably never seen. Her death, in a prevailing sickness, June 14, 1647, drew from her husband this tribute to her:—"In this sickness the Governour's wife, daughter of Sir John Tindal, Knight, left this world for a better, being about fifty-six years of age: a woman of singular virtue, prudence, modesty, & piety & specially beloved & honored of all the country." Though in the ...
— The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 13, No. 75, January, 1864 • Various

... was at that period as much shaken by the effects of her irreligious party as France; in fact, it was from the writings of Bolingbroke, Tindal, Toland, and their contemporaries, that Voltaire drew almost all the arguments with which his writings abound against the doctrines of Christianity. Gibbon afterwards lent the same cause the aid of his brilliant genius and vast industry. Scotland, too, had its own share of ...
— Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 61, No. 379, May, 1847 • Various

Words linked to "Tindal" :   Tindale, William Tindale, martyr, translator, Tyndale, interpreter, William Tyndale, William Tindal

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