Definition of Quines

1. Noun. (plural of quine) ¹



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Definition of Quines

1. quine [n] - See also: quine

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Quines

quindecone
quindecuplet
quindecylic
quindicessima
quindoline
quindolines
quine
quined
quinela
quinelas
quinella
quinellaed
quinellaing
quinellas
quinelorane
quines
quinestradiol
quinestrol
quinethazone
quingestanol
quingestanol acetate
quinhydrone
quinhydrone electrode
quinhydrones
quinia
quinible
quinic
quinic acid
quinicine
quinicines

Literary usage of Quines

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1. The Bibliographer's Manual of English Literature: Containing an Account of by William Thomas Lowndes (1864)
"... 1789, 4to. quines of the City of Bristol. Bris- age to Italy, in which all the famous lious history.'—Park. 1A motly compound of real and ..."

2. An Embassy to the Court of St. James's in 1840 by Guizot (François) (1862)
"quines I had made, and of the results they led me to anticipate : "London, July 11, 1840. " To the President of this Council, "Sir,—Since the proposition of ..."

3. Report of the Oral Discussion Between Mr. M.W. Green, Minister of the Church by M. W. Green, Thomas Walker, Clarence Pitman (1878)
"quines, and with a view to establishing the special divine origin of Christianity, the question, How came Christianity into the world? ..."

4. Literary Remains of King Edward the Sixth: Edited from His Autograph by Edward, John Gough Nichols, Roxburghe Club (1857)
"... recommendations to the Quines grace and to your lordship, willing me to signify to your lordship that he is so mouche bound to you that he monst nides ..."

5. The Cloister and the Hearth: Or, Maid, Wife, and Widow; a Matter-of-fact Romance by Charles Reade (1861)
"Curse the quines," said he. And not a word аи dinner-time but "curse the quines! ... '"Quines? why that was dogs. And I knew not even that much ? ..."

6. The Cloister and the Hearth: Or, Maid, Wife, and Widow; a Matter-of-fact Romance by Charles Reade (1861)
"Curse the quines," said he. And not a word aA dinner-time but "curse the quines I" ' I ... '"Quines? why that was dogs. And I knew- not even that much ? ..."

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