Definition of Mandarinic

1. a. Appropriate or peculiar to a mandarin.



Definition of Mandarinic

1. Adjective. Appropriate or peculiar to a mandarin. ¹

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Definition of Mandarinic

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mandarinic

mandarah
mandarahs
mandarin
mandarin collar
mandarin duck
mandarin ducks
mandarin fishes
mandarin orange
mandarin orange tree
mandarin oranges
mandarinate
mandarinates
mandarine
mandarines
mandarinic (current term)
mandarining
mandarinism
mandarinisms
mandarinoite
mandarins
mandataries
mandatary
mandate
mandated
mandates
mandating
mandator
mandatories
mandatorily

Literary usage of Mandarinic

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1. Writing of Today: Models of Journalistic Prose by Gerhard Richard Lomer (1919)
"Some arch- a$ artist, mandarin may launch at me one of those And now having shown that some al- mandarinic epigrammatic questions which leged differences ..."

2. Christ and Other Masters: An Historical Inquiry Into Some of the Chief by Charles Hardwick, Francis Procter (1882)
"Accessories of the mandarinic worship also correspond to this idea of fundamental subordination and derived authority. The emperor, for example, ..."

3. The Author's Craft by Arnold Bennett (1914)
"launch at me one of those mandarinic epigrammatic questions which are supposed ... I do, if the word dramatic is to be used in the mandarinic signification. ..."

4. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1822)
"A second part refers to the modem or mandarinic style, in one hundred and thirty sections; and an appendix is allotted to punctuation and prosody. ..."

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