Definition of Helioses

1. heliosis [n] - See also: heliosis

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Helioses

heliophyllite
heliophysics
heliophyte
heliophytes
heliopora
heliopore
heliopores
heliopsis
helioscope
helioscopes
helioseismic
helioseismological
helioseismologist
helioseismologists
helioseismology
helioses (current term)
heliosheath
heliosheaths
heliosis
heliosphere
heliospheres
heliospheric
heliostat
heliostats
heliosynchronous
heliotail
heliotaxis
heliotheism
heliotheist
heliotheistic

Literary usage of Helioses

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1. Personal Hygiene Applied by Jesse Feiring Williams (1922)
"... helioses of the Greeks, and the solaria of the Romans. Civilized man in the temperate zone by taking on clothing, by living so much indoors, ..."

2. An Abridgment of Lectures on Rhetorick by Hugh Blair, John Lauris Blake (1822)
"When a speaker endeavors to expose a favorable argument in every light possible, fatigued by the effort, helioses the spirit, with which he set out; ..."

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