2. Verb. (third-person singular of rift) ¹
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Definition of Rifts
1. rift [v] - See also: rift
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Literary usage of Rifts
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1. Three Years in Canada: An Account of the Actual State of the Country in 1826 by John Mactaggart (1829)
"Jack's rifts. " These are about seven miles beneath the former rifts, ... Six miles beneath Jack's rifts, v, e come to Kingston Mills, situated on a fall of ..."
2. Annals of the Astronomical Observatory of Harvard College by Harvard College Observatory (1895)
"The successive formation of the envelopes with which the rifts are connected ... Since there are sometimes as many as three or four pair of rifts visible at ..."
3. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1922)
"DISCUSSION AND CORRESPONDENCE AERIAL OBSERVATION OF PHYSIOGRAPHIC FEATURES THE article on " Aerial observation of earthquake rifts " published by Professor ..."
4. A Diary of the Home Rule Parliament, 1892-1895 by Henry William Lucy (1896)
"rifts IN THE LUTE. have been serious indisposition has lightly passed. It is a week since he was last in his place, and in resuming it there probably ..."
5. Mars and Its Canals by Percival Lowell (1906)
"CHAPTER XXVI ARCTIC CANALS AND POLAR rifts T AST in time but not least in importance of the details of canal development to be detected is one that connects ..."