Definition of Oustiti

1. a lock-opening tool [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Oustiti

ouse
oused
ousel
ousels
ouses
ousia
ousing
oust
ousted
oustee
oustees
ouster
oustering
ousters
ousting
oustiti (current term)
oustitis
ousts
out(a)
out(p)
out-
out-Herod
out-Heroded
out-Heroding
out-Herods
out-and-out
out-and-out(a)
out-and-outer
out-basket

Literary usage of Oustiti

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1. Zoology: Being a Systematic Account of the General Structure, Habits by William Benjamin Carpenter (1857)
"oustiti. with hair ; but it is not prehensile; and its principal purpose seems to be the regulation of the movements, and the prolongation of the leaps, ..."

2. Zoology: Being a Systematic Account of the General Structure, Habits by William Benjamin Carpenter, William Sweetland Dallas (1866)
"oustiti. with hair; but it is not prehensile; and its principal purpose seems to be the regulation of the movements, and the prolongation of the leaps, ..."

3. A Manual of Zoology by Henri Milne-Edwards (1856)
"93, 115), the oustiti (Fig. 5), and the makis (Fig. 192). The apes are animals of small or moderate stature, the muzzle moderately prominent, the neck short ..."

4. Letters from the Battle-fields of Paraguay by Richard Francis Burton (1870)
"the Brazil, and the pretty little oustiti now so well known at home. Miss Popkin, of Monte Video, had charged me to bring back for her one of these dwarfs, ..."

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