Definition of Quartettes

1. Noun. (plural of quartette) ¹



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Definition of Quartettes

1. quartette [n] - See also: quartette

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Quartettes

quarters
quartersaw
quartersawed
quartersawing
quartersawn
quartersaws
quarterstaff
quarterstaffs
quarterstaves
quartervine
quartes
quartet
quartets
quartett
quartette
quartettes (current term)
quartetts
quartic
quartic function
quartic polynomial
quartics
quartier
quartiers
quartile
quartiles
quartine
quartino
quartinos
quartirolo
quartisect

Literary usage of Quartettes

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1. Journal of Morphology by Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology (1897)
"Organs formed from the Second and Third quartettes. As was indicated in another place (p. 114), all the organs of ectodermal origin lying posterior to the ..."

2. Folio (1882)
"WH.TE, SMITH & CO, Publishers, BOSTON AND CHICAGO. FOUR NEW quartettes « BV Author of "Moonlight on the Lake," "Dancing o'er the Wares," "The Fisherman and ..."

3. Leaves from the Journals of Sir George Smart by George Thomas Smart, Hugh Bertram Cox, C. L. E. Cox (1907)
"... Mr. Maggi s for quartettes—The Lusthaus—Second visit to Sir Henry Wellesley at Weinhaus— Mb'dling. TUESDAY, August 30th.—I arrived at Braunau in Austria ..."

4. The Young Lady's Book: A Manual of Amusements, Exercises, Studies, and Pursuits by Matilda Anne Planche Mackarness (1888)
"A number of young people agree to meet at each other's houses once a week, and having fixed on certain glees, quartettes, trios, and choruses, ..."

5. The Homes of the New World: Impressions of America by Fredrika Bremer (1853)
"I have seen here, also, light and lofty school-rooms, and have heard the scholars in them, under the direction of an excellent master, sing quartettes in ..."

6. The Early Development of Planorbis by Samuel Jackson Holmes (1900)
"As, perhaps, in all other mollusks, except the cephalopods, and in the annelid worms, all of the ectoderm is contained in the first three quartettes of ..."

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