Definition of Remens

1. remen [n] - See also: remen



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Remens

rememorize
rememorized
rememorizes
rememorizing
remen
remenance
remenant
remenants
remend
remendabilities
remendability
remendable
remended
remending
remends
remens (current term)
remerchandise
remerchandised
remerchandises
remerchandising
remercied
remercies
remercy
remercying
remerge
remerged
remerges
remerging
remet
remethylatable

Literary usage of Remens

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1. The Making of Herbert Hoover by Rose Wilder Lane (1920)
remens and a blind-tunnel which was used as a jail by the sober citizens. With a big cow-boy named Connors he rode to the ..."

2. The London Medical Gazette (1842)
"On the 28th all the symptoms of delirium remens had vanished ; he was free ... The complication of delirium t remens with ''rate rheumatism is not by any ..."

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