Definition of Minuends

1. Noun. (plural of minuend) ¹



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Definition of Minuends

1. minuend [n] - See also: minuend

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Minuends

minters
mintier
mintiest
mintiness
minting
mintlike
mintman
mintmark
mintmarks
mintmaster
mintmasters
mintmen
mints
minty
minuend
minuends (current term)
minuet
minuetlike
minuets
minuity
minus
minus-plus sign
minus-plus signs
minus-strand nucleic acid
minus lens
minus sign
minus signs
minus strand
minuscular
minuscule

Literary usage of Minuends

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1. Annual Report by Cincinnati (Ohio). Board of Education, Cincinnati (Ohio), Board of Education (1893)
"After this the same exercises with amounts and minuends to 100. The US Coins to one dollar and the Roman numerals to L are to be taught. F GRADE. ..."

2. Annual Report by Cincinnati (Ohio), Board of Education, Cincinnati Public Schools, Cincinnati (Ohio). Board of Education (1893)
"After this the same exercises with amounts and minuends to 100. The US Coins to one dollar and the Roman numerals to L are to be taught. F GRADE. ..."

3. Practical Business Arithmetic by John Henry Moore, George Washington Miner (1915)
"This principle makes it a simple matter to find the difference between a subtrahend and several minuends. 58. Examples. The following examples illustrate ..."

4. Practical Business Arithmetic by John Henry Moore, George Washington Miner (1915)
"This principle makes it a simple matter to find the difference between a subtrahend and several minuends. 58. Examples. The following examples illustrate ..."

5. New High School Algebra by Webster Wells, Walter Wilson Hart (1912)
"_29 -34 +26 -45 +37 -19 -35 +57 + 7 -^_6 - 5 + 9 + 8 + 6 +15 +13 4. From each of the minuends of Example 3, subtract —11. 6. ..."

6. First Year Algebra by Webster Wells, Walter Wilson Hart (1912)
"29 - 34 +26 - 45 +37 -19 - 35 +57 + 7 - 6 - 5 + 9 + 8 + 6 +15 +13 • 4. From each of the minuends of Example 3, subtract —11. 5. ..."

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