Definition of Agrias

1. agria [n] - See also: agria



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Agrias

agremens
agrement
agrements
agress
agrestal
agrestic
agrestical
agrestick
agretope
agri-
agri-business
agri-entertainment
agri-food
agri-foods
agria
agrias (current term)
agribiotech
agribiotechnology
agribusiness
agribusinesses
agribusinessman
agribusinessmen
agrichemical
agrichemicals
agricolation
agricolist
agricolists
agricultural
agricultural agent
agricultural biodiversity

Literary usage of Agrias

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1. Proceedings by Zoological Society of London (1882)
"Some time ago Mr. A Maxwell Stuart, whilst travelling on the Upper Amazons, captured a magnificent specimen of an agrias, a genus much prized by all ..."

2. Proceedings by Bristol Naturalists' Society (Bristol, England), Bristol Naturalists' Society (1891)
"... it less liable to persecution than the agrias, except it be that it lias a strong odour somewhat resembling vanilla, which the agrias is destitute of. ..."

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