Definition of Luxes

1. luxe [n] - See also: luxe



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Luxes

luvving
luvvy
luvz
luwack
lux
luxate
luxated
luxates
luxating
luxatio
luxatio erecta
luxatio perinealis
luxation
luxations
luxe
luxes (current term)
luxive
luxmeter
luxmeters
luxon
luxonic
luxons
luxullianite
luxullianites
luxuria
luxuriance
luxuriances
luxuriancy
luxuriant
luxuriantly

Literary usage of Luxes

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Electric Incandescent Lighting by Edwin James Houston, Arthur Edwin Kennelly (1902)
"The illumination required for comfortable reading is from 15 to 25 luxes on the ... Any illumination less than 10 luxes is fatiguing, if long continued. ..."

2. The Elements of Electrical Engineering: A Text Book for Technical Schools by William Suddards Franklin, William Esty (1906)
"Therefore the intensity of illumination of a surface may be expressed in luxes. Thus the intensity of illumination required for easy reading is the ..."

3. The Elements of Electrical Engineering: A Text Book for Technical Schools by William Suddards Franklin, William Esty (1906)
"Therefore the intensity of illumination of a surface may be expressed in luxes. Thus the intensity of illumination required for easy reading is the ..."

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