Definition of Degases
1. degas [v] - See also: degas
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Degases
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Literary usage of Degases
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The American Magazine of Art by American Federation of Arts (1916)
"... Pu- vises, Whistlers, degases. No public museum in America has a display of modern French art at all comparable in extent and quality to Mr. Johnson's. ..."
2. Cubists and Post-impressionism by Arthur Jerome Eddy (1914)
"... pictures was a distinguished Chicago woman, and her collection today contains some of the finest Monets, Renoirs, and degases in existence. ..."
3. The Diplomatic Review (1881)
"The visit of the Due degases to Prince GORTCHAKOFF has been, entirely successful; that is for Russia. The object has been to arrange with the French Foreign ..."
4. Lehrbuch der Botanik nach dem gegenwärtigen Stand der Wissenschaft by Julius Sachs (1873)
"... umgebenden Wassers, dass diese Zusammensetzung einem beständigen Wechsel unterworfen ¡sl. Aber nicht blos die chemische Zusammensetzung deGases in den ..."