Definition of Hexades
1. hexade [n] - See also: hexade
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Literary usage of Hexades
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. American Medical and Philosophical Register: Or, Annals of Medicine, Natural by John Wakefield Francis (1814)
"If he has forgotten himself, we refer the doctor to his former volumes and hexades for the truth of this remark. Let him turn to the articles containing ..."
2. A Textbook of inorganic chemistry by Richard Ernst Wilhelm Sommer (1906)
"Hexa-valent elements or hexades are those with a valence of 6, like Sulphur. , Hepta-valent elements or heptades are those with a valence of 7, as Manganese ..."
3. Histoire de la littérature latine by René Pichon (1898)
"Ces hexades à leur lour se subdivisent en triades. Ainsi dans l'histoire de Tibère, le début du livre IV marque une nouvelle période, où la cruauté et la ..."
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