Definition of Obverses

1. Noun. (plural of obverse) ¹



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Definition of Obverses

1. obverse [n] - See also: obverse

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Obverses

obtusest
obtusifoliol
obtusion
obtusities
obtusity
obtustatin
obumbrant
obumbration
obumbrations
obv.
obvention
obventions
obversant
obverse
obversely
obverses (current term)
obversion
obversions
obvert
obverted
obverting
obverts
obvi
obviable
obviate
obviated
obviates
obviating
obviating(a)
obviation

Literary usage of Obverses

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1. Speeches and Occasional Addresses by John Adams Dix (1864)
"I furnished, at the close of the last year, the New Orleans branch the following number of working-dies for 1861: double eagles, 3 obverses and 3 reverses; ..."

2. Mathematical Papers by William Kingdon Clifford (1882)
"An eight-fold statement with one pair of obverses must subdivide into four and ... In the former case we have a pair of obverses, viz. an origin and its ..."

3. Memoirs of the Literary and Philosophical Society of Manchester (1879)
"An eightfold statement with one pair of obverses must subdivide into four and four ... In the former case we have a pair of obverses, viz. an origin and its ..."

4. House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th Congress, 2d by United States Congress. House (1861)
"I furnished, at the close of the last year, the New Orleans branch the following number of working dies for 1861 : double eagles, 3 obverses and 3 reverses; ..."

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