Definition of Foetors

1. Noun. (plural of foetor) ¹



2. Noun. (plural of fœtor) ¹

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Definition of Foetors

1. foetor [n] - See also: foetor

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Foetors

foeticides
foetid
foetid bugbane
foetid pothos
foetider
foetidest
foetidness
foetology
foetometry
foetopathies
foetopathy
foetoplacental
foetoprotein
foetoproteins
foetor
foetors (current term)
foetoscope
foetoscopes
foetoscopy
foetotoxic
foetus
foetus in fetu
foetus papyraceus
foetus sanguinolentis
foetuses
fog
fog'gage
fog bow
fog collection
fog lamp

Literary usage of Foetors

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1. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1922)
"Amyl alcohol is an open chain with a fork and belongs chemically at E, but it is one of the few examples besides the animal foetors that Henning places on ..."

2. A Selection from the Writings, Prose, and Poetical, of the Late Henry W by Henry Whitelock Torrens, James Hume (1854)
"Like the exhalations of his earth, man circles and mingles in one medium inseparable from his kind: the delicate breath of Araby and the heavy foetors of ..."

3. Verhandlungen der Gesellschaft deutscher Naturforscher und Ärzte (1906)
"... Reichtum an flüchtigen Fettsäuren auf die vielfach vorhandene fettige Degeneration der zelligen Elemente beziehen. Die Ähnlichkeit des foetors tertiärer ..."

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