Definition of Seminates
1. seminate [v] - See also: seminate
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Seminates
Literary usage of Seminates
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Lives of the Most Eminent British Painters and Sculptors by Allan Cunningham (1837)
"His composition always hastens to the most necessary point as its centre, and from that dis. seminates—to that leads back as rays all secondary ones. ..."
2. The Law of Unfair Business Competition: Including Chapters on Trade Secrets by Harry Dwight Nims (1909)
"... intended to give seminates any statement or assertion the appearance of an offer advan- of fact concerning the quantity, the tageous to the purchaser ..."
3. A Manual of Physiology by Gerald Francis Yeo (1890)
"... seminates, where they either undergo retrograde change or are cast out of the body. FIG. 265. Section of the tubuli seminiferi of a rat. (Schafer. ..."
4. The Lectures of Sir Astley Cooper ... on the Principles and Practice of Surgery by Astley Cooper, Frederick Tyrrell (1825)
"... seminates meeting at the prostate; and the peritoneum is the boundary behind. In the centre of this space a trocar and canula may be passed through the ..."
5. Rhemes and Doway: An Attempt to Shew what Has Been Done by Roman Catholics by Henry Cotton (1855)
"... Papal poison which it dis- ' seminates vended without the Christian antidote ? In reply to ' these inquiries, it must be observed—the American people, ..."
6. Oxford Loose-leaf Surgery by F. F. Burghard, Allen Buckner Kanavel (1921)
"In discussing the advantage of delayed operation, De M out that in operating shortly after the receipt of injury the : seminates infection by "forcing into ..."