Definition of Animations

1. Noun. (plural of animation) ¹



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Definition of Animations

1. animation [n] - See also: animation

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Animations

animated cartoon
animated cartoons
animated oat
animatedly
animately
animateness
animatenesses
animater
animaters
animates
animatic
animatics
animating
animatingly
animation
animations
animatism
animatisms
animatist
animatistic
animatists
animative
animato
animator
animators
animatronic
animatronically
animatronics
animats
anime

Literary usage of Animations

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1. Athletic sports and recreations for boys by John George Wood (1861)
"Animations are given by the hand, legs, whip, and tongue, and are used when the horse abates his speed, bears heavily and languidly on his bit, ..."

2. British Manly Exercises: Containing Rowing and Sailing, Riding, & Driving, &c &c by Donald Walker (1837)
"Animations of the whip are mild taps to quicken the horse, or if the lash is ... The animations of both legs and whip threaten punishment; and accordingly, ..."

3. The Lady's Equestrian Manual: In which the Principles and Practice of (1854)
"Animations are intended to produce ... thoroughly-trained animal; but it is necessary for the animations to be so spirited and united, with sluggish horses, ..."

4. British Manly Exercises: In which Rowing and Sailing are Now First Described by Donald Walker (1835)
"Animations proceed from the hand, the leg, the whip, or the tongue. ... Animations of the whip are mild taps to quicken the horse, or, if the lash is ..."

5. Manly Exercises: Containing Rowing, Sailing, Riding, Driving, Racing by Donald Walker, John William Carleton (1856)
"Animations proceed from the hand, the leg, the whip, or the tongue; those of the hand and ... Animations of the whip are mild taps to quicken the horse, or, ..."

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