Definition of Extincts

1. extinct [v] - See also: extinct



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Extincts

extinct volcanoes
extincted
extincting
extinction
extinction angle
extinction coefficient
extinction factor
extinction oblique
extinction parallel
extinction symmetrical
extinctionism
extinctionist
extinctionists
extinctions
extinctive
extincts (current term)
extine
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extinguish
extinguishable
extinguishant
extinguishants
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extinguishers
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extinguisheth
extinguishing
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extinguishments

Literary usage of Extincts

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1. The Edinburgh Review by Sydney Smith (1856)
"If you follow this idea, you will find that I have been ' led by the hand to an extinct dynasty, to a Farnese, the least ' obscure of these extincts, ..."

2. The Law of Infancy and Coverture by Peregrine Bingham (1849)
"The obligation is only voidable, and extincts the contract; so the assumpsit at full age is without consideration. (6) It is also expressly laid down ..."

3. Selected Essays by Abraham Hayward (1879)
"If you follow this idea, you will find that I have been led by the hand to an extinct dynasty, to a Farnese, the least obscure of these extincts, by reason ..."

4. Biographical and Critical Essays: Reprinted from Reviews, with Additions and by Abraham Hayward (1858)
"If you follow this idea, you will find that I have been led by the hand to an extinct dynasty, to a Farnese, the least obscure of these extincts, by reason ..."

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