Definition of Sceneries

1. Noun. (plural of scenery) ¹



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Definition of Sceneries

1. scenery [n] - See also: scenery

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sceneries

scene-shifter
scene-shifters
scene-stealer
scene kid
scene of action
scene painter
scene safety
scened
sceneful
scenegraph
scenegraphs
sceneless
sceneman
scenemen
scener
sceneries
sceners
scenery
scenes
sceneshifter
sceneshifters
scenester
scenesters
scenic
scenic artist
scenic railway
scenic route
scenic routes
scenical
scenically

Literary usage of Sceneries

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1. Eighteen Capitals of China by William Edgar Geil (1911)
"THE EIGHT Sceneries OF LAN The city of Lanchow is prepared to try conclusions with the whole ancient world. Did that have Seven Wonders, varying from the ..."

2. Eighteen Capitals of China by William Edgar Geil (1911)
"Lan is ready to outbid the mere Western barbarian, and to produce Eight Sceneries of her own. We faithfully went and enriched our album with photographs of ..."

3. From East Prussia to the Golden Gate by Frank Lecouvreur, Josephine Rosana Lecouvreur (1906)
"I am in as good a humor as one can possibly be when—after a four- months' trip—one has had a chance of enjoying the romantic sceneries of the impenetrable, ..."

4. Lalla Rookh: An Oriental Romance by Thomas Moore (1817)
"On each side of the green alley, which led to the Royal Pavilion, artificial sceneries of bamboo-work were erected, representing arches, minarets and towers ..."

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