Definition of Secerns

1. secern [v] - See also: secern



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Secerns

secede
seceded
seceder
seceders
secedes
seceding
seceed
secern
secernate
secerned
secernent
secernentea
secernentea infections
secerning
secernment
secerns (current term)
secesh
secesher
seceshers
seceshes
secess
secession
secessionism
secessionisms
secessionist
secessionists
secessions
sech
sechium
sechs

Literary usage of Secerns

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1. Institutes of Ecclesiastical History: Ancient and Modern by Johann Lorenz Mosheim (1832)
"And perhaps it was this same fault, that led Sulpitius Severus, who was in other respects no incompetent historian, to (32) See Sulpitius secerns, ..."

2. Harper's Dictionary of Classical Literature and Antiquities by Harry Thurston Peck (1897)
"Martial speaks of an áurea carraca Tunis, and with a •Uek cost the value of a farm ; and Alexander secerns allowed senators at Rome to use ..."

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