Definition of Gothics

1. Noun. (plural of Gothic) ¹



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Definition of Gothics

1. gothic [n] - See also: gothic

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gothics

gote
goter
goters
goth
goth up
gothdom
gothed up
gothic rock
gothically
gothicism
gothicisms
gothicize
gothicized
gothicizes
gothicizing
gothics (current term)
gothing up
gothite
gothites
gothness
goths
goths up
gothy
gotra
gotras
gots
gotsta
gotta
gottardiite
gotten

Literary usage of Gothics

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1. Appalachia by Appalachian Mountain Club (1889)
"Next the heavy crest and detached peaks of the gothics, with their nearer face almost ... Between us and the gothics is Sawteeth, covered with woods; ..."

2. Manual of Surveying for Field and Office by Raymond Earl Davis (1915)
"Geological Survey show the names of civil divisions in Roman letters, hydrography in Italics, public works in inclined gothics, and hypsography in vertical ..."

3. Library of the World's Best Literature: Ancient and Modern by Edward Cornelius Towne (1897)
"The gothics, on the other hand, had sought to bring about a more strictly national revival of letters; and as represented by Geijer and Tegner, ..."

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