Definition of Ecorches

1. Noun. (plural of écorché) ¹



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Definition of Ecorches

1. ecorche [n] - See also: ecorche

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ecorches

æthiops
æthrioscope
æthrioscopes
ætiologic
ætiological
ætiologically
ætiologics
ætiologies
ætiologist
ætiologists
ætiology
éboulement
échappé
échappés
écorché
écorchés
écossaise
écossaises
élan vital
émeute
éminence grises
énarque
énarques
épater la bourgeoisie
épater le bourgeois
épaulière
épaulières
état major

Literary usage of Ecorches

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1. Greatest Short Stories (1915)
"Plaster ecorches stood about the room; and here and there, on shelves and tables, lay fragments of classical sculpture—torsos of antique goddesses, ..."

2. An American Geological Railway Guide: Giving the Geological Formation at by James Macfarlane (1890)
"The rocks are well displayed in White Point at the wharf and at Lee ecorches on the east side of the bay. They consist of limestones and calcareous ..."

3. Contributions to Canadian Palaeontology by Geological Survey of Canada (1899)
"... the Birdseye and Black River formation in the vicinity of Montreal, Que.; at Pointe Claire and Joliette, Que. ; at Les ecorches, near Murray Bay, Que.; ..."

4. History and Bibliography of Anatomic Illustration in Its Relation to by Ludwig Choulant, Mortimer Frank, Fielding Hudson Garrison, Edward Clark Streeter (1920)
"... bronze ecorches certainly were calculated to excite the admiration, emulation, and despair of his contemporaries, the same contemporaries who criticized ..."

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