Definition of Precavae

1. Noun. (plural of precava) ¹



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Definition of Precavae

1. precava [n] - See also: precava

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Precavae

precatively
precatory
precaucus
precaudal
precaution
precautional
precautionarily
precautionary
precautioned
precautioning
precautions
precautious
precautiously
precautiousness
precava
precavae (current term)
precaval
precedaneous
precede
preceded
precedence
precedences
precedencies
precedency
precedent
precedented
precedentedly
precedential
precedentially
precedenting

Literary usage of Precavae

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1. The alligator and its allies by Albert Moore Reese (1915)
"Since the two precavae are alike, it will be necessary to describe the branches of only one side of the body. After leaving the heart, ..."

2. The Alligator and Its Allies by Albert Moore Reese (1915)
"... their branches, in order from the heart cephalad, will now be described. Since the two precavae are alike, it will be necessary to describe the ..."

3. The Anatomy and development of the systemic lymphatic vessels in the by George Sumner Huntington (1911)
"The left (6') and the right (3') azygos veins are seen arching caudo-cephalad to empty into the left (6) and right (8) precavae. They are joined by the ..."

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