Definition of Colemanites

1. colemanite [n] - See also: colemanite



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Colemanites

coldworked
coldworking
cole
colead
coleader
coleaders
coleading
coleads
colectasia
colectomies
colectomy
coled
colegatee
colegatees
colemanite
colemanites (current term)
colemouse
coleocele
coleoid
coleoids
coleopter
coleopteral
coleopteran
coleopterans
coleoptericin
coleopterist
coleopterists
coleopteroid

Literary usage of Colemanites

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1. Fifty Years of an Actors̓ Life by John Coleman (1904)
"... and the colemanites—Victory remains with One To-day, with the Other To-morrow—GV Brooke—Sole Box Audience at his Benefit—Slavery beats the Record—Three ..."

2. The American Veterinary Journal (1856)
"Still the colemanites soon becoming more powerful in number and importance, and more medically learned as a body than the remnants of the old school, ..."

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