Definition of Allelisms

1. allelism [n] - See also: allelism



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Allelisms

allegrettos
allegrissimo
allegro
allegro con spirito
allegro ma non troppo
allegro non troppo
allegros
allel
allele
alleles
allelic
allelic exclusion
allelic gene
allelically
allelism
allelisms (current term)
allelocatalysis
allelocatalytic
allelochemical
allelochemicals
allelomorph
allelomorphic
allelomorphism
allelomorphisms
allelomorphs
allelopathic
allelopathies
allelopathy
allelotaxis
allels

Literary usage of Allelisms

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1. The Book of Proverbs: In an Amended Version : with an Introduction and by Joseph Muenscher (1866)
"Such is the nature of this leading principle of Hebrew versification ami such are the principal varieties of the par1 allelisms, which are distributed ..."

2. A Descriptive Catalogue of the Books Forming the Library of Clarence H by Clarence Howard Clark, John Thomson (1888)
"As amongst many others, equally remarkable, the following are quoted as "par- " allelisms" between the disputed Shakespeare and the undoubted Bacon, ..."

3. Annual Report by University of Minnesota Board of Regents (1888)
"But in thus fixing pai -allelisms, he strangely overlooked the importance of a serie between the proper ..."

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