Definition of Diorisms

1. diorism [n] - See also: diorism



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Diorisms

dioptometers
dioptra
dioptral
dioptre
dioptres
dioptric
dioptric aberration
dioptrical
dioptrics
dioptries
dioptry
diorama
dioramas
dioramic
diorism
diorisms (current term)
dioristic
diorite
diorite-plagiogranitic
diorites
dioritic
diorthoses
diorthosis
diorthotic
dioscin
dioscorea
dioscoreaceous
dioscuric
diose
diosgenin

Literary usage of Diorisms

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1. Truth Will Out: An Emergence from Chaos and Subterfuge Into Light and by Seymour Supercern (1912)
"Their diorisms are as "fragrance" is to "redolence," The one implies the other in the same effulgent sense. thought; Christianity! effulgent, glorious, ..."

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