Definition of Monosy

1. monosis [n MONOSIES] - See also: monosis

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Monosy

monostratal
monostratified
monostrophe
monostrophic
monosubstituted
monosubstitution
monosuit
monosuits
monosulcate
monosulfide
monosulfides
monosulphide
monosulphides
monosulphuret
monosulphurets
monosy (current term)
monosyllabic
monosyllabic word
monosyllabical
monosyllabically
monosyllabicity
monosyllabics
monosyllabism
monosyllabisms
monosyllable
monosyllabled
monosyllables
monosymmetrical
monosymptomatic
monosynaptic

Literary usage of Monosy

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1. The New Englander (1843)
"It has a large number of naked monosy I labic roots, which give it a widely different aspect from the dialects of Mexico. Composition is effected in many ..."

2. Zeitschrift Für Kristallographie, Kristallgeometrie, Kristallphysik (1882)
"... Propio- naten krystallisirt dasjenige des Calcium für sich nur in sehr unvollkommenen Krystallen des monosy m me Irischen Systems*), welche 1 Mol. ..."

3. The Grammar of English Grammars: With an Introduction, Historical and by Goold Brown (1858)
"Under what four heads are the apparent exceptions to tfe Rule noticed ? 15. What says Rule 5th ni final ckt 16. What monosy Hables, contrary to '-'•is rale, ..."

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