Definition of Subtunic

1. a tunic worn under another tunic [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Subtunic

subtrihedral
subtriple
subtriplicate
subtrist
subtrochanteric
subtropic
subtropical
subtropically
subtropicals
subtropics
subtrude
subtruded
subtrudes
subtruding
subtruncations
subtunic (current term)
subtunics
subturriculate
subtutor
subtutors
subtype
subtype polymorphism
subtype polymorphisms
subtyped
subtypes
subtypical
subtyping
subtypings
subucula
subuculas

Literary usage of Subtunic

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1. The Archaeological Journal by British Archaeological Association (1911)
"... a tunic belt and blanket worth 8^. and 2^ ells of cloth worth 13^, which he sold at Osmotherley and was there arrested by the constable, and a subtunic ..."

2. Analytic Elocution: Containing Studies, Theoretical and Practical, of by James Edward Murdoch (1884)
"They also possess the properties of vocality and prolongation, though in both are inferior to the tonics, and are called subtunic sounds. ..."

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