Definition of Cadra

1. Noun. A genus of Pyralidae.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cadra

Cactus League
Caddies
Caddo
Caddoan
Caddoan language
Caddos
Caddy
Cade
Caden
Cadence
Cadillac
Cadillacs
Cadiz
Cadmean
Cadmus
Cadra (current term)
Cadra cautella
Cadra figulilella
Caeciliadae
Caeciliidae
Caeden
Caelum
Caen
Caen stone
Caen stones
Caenolestes
Caenolestidae
Caenorhabditis
Caenorhabditis elegans
Caernarfonshire

Literary usage of Cadra

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1. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General by Thomas Spencer Baynes (1888)
"The cadra of the depot and two 8-pounder batteries remain at the headquarter, station of the recruiting district; the other batteries are stationed and ..."

2. The British Critic (1800)
"... where no cine ever ventured before, and where no one (we believe] will ever venture again to fettle the latter. Fur, if Cadra ... and not Cadra ..."

3. The British Critic, and Quarterly Theological Review by James Shergold Boone, John Henry Newman (1800)
"... where no one ever ven- 1 tured before, and where no one (we believe] will ever venture again to fettle the latter. For, if Cadra ..."

4. Lares and Penates, Or, Cilicia and Its Governors: Being a Short Historical by William Burckhardt Barker (1853)
"The barbarians had taken their post on two hills; the lesser was called Cadra, and the other Davara. Trebellius enclosed both with lines of circumvallation, ..."

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