Definition of Enoses

1. Noun. (plural of enose) ¹



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Definition of Enoses

1. enosis [n] - See also: enosis

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Enoses

enopla
enoplida
enoplida infections
enoptomancy
enoptromancy
enorganic
enorm
enormities
enormity
enormous
enormously
enormousness
enormousnesses
enorthotrope
enose
enoses (current term)
enosimania
enosis
enosises
enostosis
enoteca
enotecas
enough
enough is as good as a feast
enough is enough
enough to choke a horse
enough to make the angels weep
enoughness
enoughs
enounce

Literary usage of Enoses

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1. Cape Cod and the Old Colony by Albert Perry Brigham (1920)
"... and enoses are respected, the descendants of the Puritans do not want a Portuguese Board of Selectmen. It would break the order of the centuries on the ..."

2. A Manual of pathology by Joseph Coats (1903)
"... smooth on le surface, have a reddish colour and rarely lead to ulceration or ischarge. In the later stages of the disease marked deformity and :enoses ..."

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