Definition of Analectic

1. a. Relating to analects; made up of selections; as, an analectic magazine.



Definition of Analectic

1. Adjective. Relating to analects; made up of selections. ¹

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Definition of Analectic

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Analectic

anal sphincter
anal sphincters
anal stage
anal triangle
anal valves
anal verge
analagous
analbuminaemia
analbuminemia
analcime
analcimes
analcimic
analcite
analcites
analecta
analectic (current term)
analects
analemma
analemmas
analemmata
analemmatic
analepses
analepsis
analepsy
analept
analeptic
analeptic enema
analeptics
analgesia
analgesia algera

Literary usage of Analectic

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1. Works of Washington Irving by Washington Irving (1870)
"In his biographical sketch of Perry published in the " analectic Magazine," he writes: — Whatever we may think of the expediency or inexpediency of the ..."

2. The Dealings of God, Man, and the Devil: As Exemplified in the Life by Lorenzo Dow, Peggy Dow, John Dowling (1850)
"... analectic HISTORY; TOUCHING NULLIFICATION, NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN: THE LAST WARNING OF LORENZO DOW. " Error of opinion may be tolerated where common ..."

3. Saint Louis Medical and Surgical Journal (1885)
"... great value to the general practitioner. Giving him a further insight into the nature, causes, prevention and cure of this dread malady. THE analectic. ..."

4. A History of Banking in the United States by John Jay Knox (1900)
"Underlying principles of National Bank Act — Attempt of Secretary Dallas in 1813 to unite State banks in a system — Article in " analectic Magazine," 1815 ..."

5. An Elementary History of the United States by Allen Clapp Thomas, D.C. Heath and Company (1900)
"The analectic Magazine." On reaching the Arkansas River, the company divided, part following down the river to the Mississippi, while Pike and the others ..."

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