Definition of Caesareans

1. Noun. (plural of Caesarean) ¹



2. Noun. (plural of caesarean), an alternative capitalization of (term Caesarean). ¹

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Definition of Caesareans

1. caesarean [n] - See also: caesarean

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Caesareans

caenogeneses
caenogenesis
caenophidian
caenophidians
caenorhabiditis elegans
caeoma
caeomas
caerule
caerulein
caerulin
caeruloplasmin
caesalpin
caesarean
caesarean delivery
caesarean section
caesareans (current term)
caesarian section
caesarians
caesarisms
caesars
caese
caesian
caesious
caesium
caesium-137
caesium chloride
caesium clock
caesiums
caespitose
caesti

Literary usage of Caesareans

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1. The Greatness and Decline of Rome by Guglielmo Ferrero, Henry John Chaytor, Sir Alfred Eckhard Zimmern (1909)
"The alliance of so large a number of caesareans with the Pompeians and conservatives hopelessly confused the disposition of political parties and profoundly ..."

2. The History of the Reformation of the Church of England by Gilbert Burnet (1829)
"This I shewed his holiness, that your grace doth evidently perceive to follow, in case his holiness should incline to the caesareans desire on this ..."

3. History of the Romans Under the Empire by Charles Merivale (1865)
"The caesareans were confident of dislodging them from the slight acclivity on which they had taken refuge ; and, as before, the centurions and tribunes ..."

4. The Greatness and Decline of Rome by Guglielmo Ferrero, Alfred Eckhard Zimmern, Henry John Chaytor (1908)
"The meeting of caesareans must have taken place at daybreak on the i/th; I confidently accept the verified hypothesis of Schmidt, that paragraph vi. of ..."

5. History of the Romans Under the Empire: With a Copious Analytical Index by Charles Merivale (1866)
"Others only nerved themselves for a more furious struggle; while the caesareans exulting in the prospect of a speedy triumph, rashly attempted to board and ..."

6. Health at a glance by David Morgan, Gaetan Lafortune (1974)
"The study found that the proportion of such "no indicated risk" primary caesareans increased to 5.5% of births in 2001, up from 3.7% in 1996. ..."

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