Definition of Diasters

1. Noun. (plural of diaster) ¹



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Definition of Diasters

1. diaster [n] - See also: diaster

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Diasters

diastereoisomerizations
diastereoisomers
diastereomer
diastereomeric
diastereomerically
diastereomerization
diastereomerizations
diastereomers
diastereomorphism
diastereoselection
diastereoselective
diastereoselectively
diastereoselectivities
diastereoselectivity
diastereotopic
diasters (current term)
diastole
diastoles
diastolic
diastolic afterpotential
diastolic blood pressure
diastolic murmur
diastolic pressure
diastolic shock
diastolic thrill
diastral
diastrophic
diastrophic dwarfism
diastrophically

Literary usage of Diasters

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1. Embryogeny: An Account of the Laws Govering the Development of the Animal by Hans Przibram (1908)
"... in the spindle which at first exhibit tension; these connect centrosomes and chromosomes and conduct the chromosomes, after division, to the diasters. ..."

2. The Quarterly Review by William Gifford, John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Rowland Edmund Prothero Ernle, George Walter Prothero (1858)
"Long as the list of home diasters is, it is at least satisfactory to find that the more severe cases are not increasing. The official record of these ..."

3. The Lives of the Chief Justices of England: From the Norman Conquest Till by John Campbell Campbell (1853)
"... the favour of the capricious tyrant now on the throne : and having in vain remonstrated against the course of policy which produced such diasters, ..."

4. The Ways and Means of Payment: A Full Analysis of the Credit System, with by Stephen Colwell (1859)
"... as it would expose them to no instant demand ; they could save their customers in a commercial crisis, and thereby stay the diasters of a contraction, ..."

5. History of the House of Austria, from the Foundation of the Monarchy by by William Coxe (1853)
"... yet the whole diasters of the campaign are not to be visited on his head. The improvidence of the imperial government, the faults of the Aulic Council, ..."

6. The Works of Sir Walter Ralegh, Kt by Walter Raleigh, William Oldys, Thomas Birch (1829)
"The success of their former wars had for the most part been agreeable to their own wishes: as for late diasters, they might, according to human wisdom, ..."

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