Definition of Lanched

1. Verb. (past of lanch) ¹



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Definition of Lanched

1. lanch [v] - See also: lanch

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lanched

lancers
lances
lancet
lancet arch
lancet fish
lancet window
lanceted
lancetfish
lancetfishes
lanceth
lancets
lancewood
lancewood tree
lancewoods
lanch
lanched (current term)
lanches
lanching
lanciers
lanciform
lancinate
lancinated
lancinates
lancinating
lancination
lancinations
lancing
land
land(a)
land-grant

Literary usage of Lanched

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1. A Complete History of the Popes of Rome: From Saint Peter, the First Bishop by Louis-Marie de Lahaye Cormenin (1859)
"The publication of this manifesto increased Rt?.l further the exasperation of the pope; be immediately returned to Rome, lanched a second excommunication ..."

2. Antiquities of Greece by Lambert Bos (1772)
"... was lanched from a (8) thong, which was put through a hole made in the (9) middle of it. He who lanched it, held one of his hands near his ..."

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