Definition of Limations
1. limation [n] - See also: limation
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Limations
Literary usage of Limations
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Elements of Practical Psycho-analysis by Paul Bousfield (1922)
"... sexual energy into hete*o- 4 *Pity and other "opposite manifestations" are not true sub- limations. The reason of this will be found in a later chapter. ..."
2. Manners and Customs of the New Zealanders: With Notes Corroborative of Their by Joel Samuel Polack (1840)
"... jaspers, and pigments of various colours, manganese, metallic limations, silica, and ochreous earths, iron stone, and iron pyrites of sizes, chalks, ..."
3. A Manual of Chemistry: Containing the Principal Facts of the Science by William Thomas Brande, William James MacNeven (1821)
"... in the form of a yellowish white insipid powde It was formerly the custom to submit calomel to very nun limations, under the idea of rendering it mild ..."
4. The London Medical Gazette (1831)
"... so decidedly altogether, and the ^s i'limations will continue for some weeks, h this severe form of the disease the svmp- '"та are all ..."
5. Proceedings of the British Meteorological Society by British Meteorological Society (1865)
"The limations and the mortality seem to be quite independent of one another. 4. But with the lunations and the rainfall there seem to be some points worthy ..."