Definition of Diurnals

1. Noun. (plural of diurnal) ¹



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Definition of Diurnals

1. diurnal [n] - See also: diurnal

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Diurnals

diuretick
diuretics
diurna
diurnal
diurnal arc
diurnal arcs
diurnal enuresis
diurnal parallax
diurnal periodicity
diurnal rhythm
diurnal variation
diurnalist
diurnalists
diurnally
diurnalness
diurnals (current term)
diurnation
diurnule
diuron
diurons
diuturnal
diuturnity
div
diva
diva-ish
divable
divacancies
divacancy
divadom
divaesque

Literary usage of Diurnals

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1. Lacon; Or Many Things in Few Words: Addressed to Those who Think by Charles Caleb Colton (1836)
"Thus the diurnals give us ten thousand recipes to live long, for one to live well, and hence the use of the present which we have, is thrown away in idle ..."

2. Miscellanies of Literature by Isaac Disraeli, James (1853)
"These were the MERCURIES and diurnals—the newspapers of our Civil Wars. ... The London Journals in the service of the Parliament were usually the diurnals. ..."

3. The Calamities and Quarrels of Authors: With Some Inquiries Respecting Their by Isaac Disraeli (1868)
"Methinks the Turke should license diurnals, because he prohibits learning and books. ... But Cleveland tells us that these diurnals differ from a Mercurius ..."

4. The Canadian Entomologist by Entomological Society of Canada (1951- ), Entomological Society of Ontario (1891)
"... because those preponderating in whitish or yellow flowers are less visited by diurnals than the red and purple-coloured species. ..."

5. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society Held at Philadelphia for by American Philosophical Society (1900)
"The classification and the general theory of the development of the diurnals, brought fonvard in this present and previous communications to the American ..."

6. A History of English Journalism to the Foundation of the Gazette by Joseph George Muddiman (1908)
"All the various " diurnals " produced at this time were issued to the public on ... All these "diurnals" also went through some process of licensing at the ..."

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