Definition of Lyceums

1. Noun. (plural of lyceum) ¹



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Definition of Lyceums

1. lyceum [n] - See also: lyceum

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lyceums

lycaenids
lycanthrope
lycanthropes
lycanthropia
lycanthropic
lycanthropically
lycanthropies
lycanthropist
lycanthropists
lycanthropous
lycanthropy
lycea
lycee
lycees
lyceum
lyceums (current term)
lych
lych-gate
lych-gates
lychee
lychees
lyches
lychgate
lychgates
lychnis
lychnises
lychnobite
lychnoscope
lychnoscopes
lycine

Literary usage of Lyceums

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1. A History of Education in the United States by Edwin Grant Dexter (1904)
"CHAPTER XXIX lyceums, POPULAR LECTURES, AND MUSEUMS THE American Lyceum was a popular institution of immense educational influence, which flourished during ..."

2. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1919)
"According to his plan there were to be country, town, State and national lyceums, the national lyceums being composed of delegates from the State lyceums, ..."

3. History of the Peninsular War by Robert Southey (1823)
"The Proviseurs (or masters), the censors, and the teachers in the lyceums and Colleges (which latter were regarded as secondary schools), were bound to ..."

4. Address of the Literary and Philosophical Society of South-Carolina, to the by Thomas Smith Grimké (1834)
"150 to 200 young ladies, who arc already, or are designing to be teachers, says, that nothing has promoted the prosperity of her school much as lyceums, ..."

5. American Annals of Education and Instruction, and Journal of Literary by William Channing Woodbridge, William Russell, William Andrus Alcott (1834)
"lyceums IN SOUTH CAROLINA. During a recent visit of Mr ... of the Literary and Philosophical Society of that city was called to the subject of lyceums, ..."

6. Iron edited by Sholto Percy, Perry Fairfax Nursey (1838)
"He entera at considerable length into the history of the origin and progress of the associations known by the name of " lyceums" in the United States, ..."

7. The Mechanics' Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal, and Gazette (1838)
"He enters at considerable length into the history of the origin and progress of the associations known by the name of " lyceums" in the United States, ..."

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