Definition of Cypreses

1. cypres [n] - See also: cypres



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cypreses

cyphered
cyphering
cypherpunk
cypherpunks
cyphers
cyphonism
cypin
cypionate
cypionates
cypionic acid
cypovirus
cypoviruses
cypre
cyprenorphine
cypres
cypreses (current term)
cypress
cypress family
cypress pine
cypress sedge
cypress spurge
cypress tree
cypress vine
cypress vines
cypresses
cyprians
cyprid
cyprides
cypridophobia
cyprids

Literary usage of Cypreses

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1. The Artist, the Merchant, and the Statesman, of the Age of the Medici, and by Charles Edwards Lester (1845)
"The Convent of Fiesole, nestled in its solemn cypreses, lifted its old grey walls towards heaven, and the earliest sunbeams were playing around them. ..."

2. Statement Presented on Behalf of Chile in Reply to the Argentine Report by Chile (1902)
"... andesitic Cordillera " de los cypreses." The northern termination of this volcanic break reaches the region of the source of the Bio-Bio, ..."

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