Definition of Compend

1. n. A compendium; an epitome; a summary.



Definition of Compend

1. Noun. A compendium; an epitome; a summary. ¹

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Definition of Compend

1. a brief summary [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Compend

compeers
compel
compellable
compellably
compellation
compellations
compellative
compellatives
compellatory
compelled
compeller
compellers
compelling
compellingly
compels
compend (current term)
compendia
compendious
compendiously
compendiousness
compendium
compendiums
compends
compenetrate
compensability
compensable
compensably
compensatable
compensate
compensated

Literary usage of Compend

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1. The Principles and Practice of Medicine: designed for the use of ...by William Osler by William Osler (1892)
"compend of Human Anatomy, Including the Anatomy of the Viscera. ... compend of the Diseases of the Eye, Including Refraction and Surgical Operations. ..."

2. American Agriculturist (1846)
"A BRIEF compend OF AMERICAN HUSBANDRY.— By Richard L. Allen. This work is designed as a manual for the Farmer and Planter. It is of the same size as the ..."

3. The American Agriculturist (1846)
"A BRIEF compend OF AMERICAN HUSBANDRY.— By Richard L. Allen. This work is designed as a manual for the Farmer and Planter. It is of the same size as the ..."

4. A Review of Edwards's "Inquiry Into the Freedom of the Will." by Henry Philip Tappan (1839)
"This end will be still more fully attained by presenting on the basis of the foregoing investigation and statement, a compend of his psychological system, ..."

5. The Magazine of Horticulture, Botany, and All Useful Discoveries and by C M Hovey (1846)
"A Brief compend of American Agriculture. By RL ALLEN. 1 vol. 12mo. pp. 437. New York. 1846. AMONG the several agricultural Treatises which have been issued ..."

6. The Christian Examiner (1854)
"... for the benefit of science and the commercial interests of the country. ccs ART. III. —MISS MARTINEAU'S compend OF COMTE'S POSITIVE PHILOSOPHY ..."

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