Definition of Pensums
1. pensum [n] - See also: pensum
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pensums
Literary usage of Pensums
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Catalogue of the Rhaeto-Romanic Collection Presented to the Library by ...by Cornell University Libraries, Willard Fiske by Cornell University Libraries, Willard Fiske (1894)
"pensums en il spazi numeral lochen 100. 1878. — iii. Christ, Xi.f and Ti. Joat. En il spazi numeral lochen 1000. 2a ed. 1889. — Ii., and N. Jeger. ..."
2. Historical French Reader: With Notes, Exercises and Vocabulary by Félix Weill (1910)
"17 pensums: supplementary tasks inflicted in schools as punishment, consisting usually of some hundred lines to copy (Latin pensum, weight, ..."