Definition of Infancies

1. Noun. (plural of infancy) ¹



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Definition of Infancies

1. infancy [n] - See also: infancy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Infancies

infamies
infaming
infamise
infamised
infamises
infamita
infamitas
infamize
infamized
infamizes
infamizing
infamous
infamously
infamousness
infamy
infancies (current term)
infancy
infandous
infang
infangthef
infangthief
infant
infant's-breath
infant behaviour
infant botulism
infant care
infant colic
infant death
infant deathrate

Literary usage of Infancies

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1. A History of Criticism and Literary Taste in Europe from the Earliest Texts by George Saintsbury (1908)
"Roman more or less slavishly copied) may have had its infancies; but we possess ... Nor is it even possible that these infancies, granting their existence, ..."

2. The Recapitulation Theory and Human Infancy by Percy Erwin Davidson (1914)
"Infants today resemble the infancies of their ancestors just as adults ... Perhaps it had an adaptive value in earlier infancies. ..."

3. Collins's Peerage of England; Genealogical, Biographical, and Historical by Arthur Collins, Egerton Brydges (1812)
"The seven daughters by the first marriage were, the Ladies Elizabeth and Catharine, who died in their infancies; the Ladies, Elizabeth, married to Walter. ..."

4. The Local Preachers' Magazine and Christian Family Record: For the Year (1855)
"But pleasantry apart—and I desire to say nothing offensive—I think the circumstances of the two connexions in their infancies, were not quite so unequal as ..."

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