Definition of Ecartes

1. ecarte [n] - See also: ecarte



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ecartes

eburnation
eburnation of dentin
eburnean
eburneous
eburnification
eburnifications
eburnine
eburnitis
ecad
ecads
ecandrewsite
ecard
ecardines
ecards
ecarte
ecartes (current term)
ecarteur
ecash
ecaudate
ecballium
ecbasis
ecbatic
ecboles
ecbolic
ecbolics
ecboline
eccaleobion
eccaleobions
ecce

Literary usage of Ecartes

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1. Geological Magazine by Henry Woodward (1905)
"... elle presente des plis fins et d'autres plus prononces; les pores sont petits et assez ecartes. ..."

2. The Journal of Mental Science by Royal Medico-psychological Association (1867)
"... ecartes, de maniere a laisser voir les parois propres du capillaire, tantot Us sont contigus, ou au moins assez rapproches pour on trouve toujours, ..."

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