Definition of Carbora

1. a wood-boring worm [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Carbora

carbonylation
carbonylations
carbonylative
carbonyldiamine
carbonylhemoglobin
carbonylic
carbonyls
carbonylsulfide
carbonæmia
carbopalladation
carbophos
carboplatin
carboprost
carboprost tromethamine
carboquone
carbora (current term)
carborane
carboranes
carboranyl
carboras
carboreduction
carborexia
carborexic
carborexics
carborundum
carbos
carbosilane
carbosilanes
carboskeletal
carboskeleton

Literary usage of Carbora

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1. Austral English: A Dictionary of Australasian Words, Phrases, and Usages by Edward Ellis Morris (1898)
"1854. G. II. Haydon, 'The Australian Emigrant,' p. 126: " The luckless carbora fell crashing through the branches. ..."

2. The Anatomy of the Automobile by Andrew Lee Dyke (1908)
"Owing to the special construction of the "Pope-Toledo" carburettor, in which warm air is used for carbora- tion, changes in atmospheric conditions will not ..."

3. Le magasin pittoresque by Édouard Charton (1851)
"... aurait été véritablement enfermé, bien qu'il y ait une autre tour qui porte le même nom à Piètre carbora. ..."

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