Definition of Aspines
1. aspine [n] - See also: aspine
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Aspines
Literary usage of Aspines
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. New-England's Memorial by Nathaniel Morton, William Bradford, Thomas Prince, Edward Winslow (1855)
"... sachem of Manomet ; aspines, sachem of Nauset ; Iyanough, - In bis stead did Hang an old weaver that was bedrid. ..."
2. Manual of Classical Literature by Johann Joachim Eschenburg, Nathan Welby Fiske (1844)
"... and aspines, who all wrote on some of the topics of rhetoric ; only inconsiderable fragments, however, now remain. Of the vast mass of compositions by ..."
3. The Halcyon Luminary, and Theological Repository (1812)
"Thus we observe a degree of restraint or unhappiness in both stations; and, although the general wish aspines to the rank of high life, yet, ..."
4. The Biblical Repository and Classical Review. by American Biblical Repository (1833)
"... thicket of canes, aspines, and palms, that grow out of the crevices of the rocks, whence issue the numerous springs of hot water we were in search of. ..."
5. Physical Geography of the Holy Land by Edward Robinson (1865)
"with a thicket of canes, aspines, and wild palms, which spring out of the crevices of the rocks. ..."