Definition of Talions

1. talion [n] - See also: talion



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Talions

tales
talesman
talesmen
taleteller
talewise
taleysim
tali
taliation
taligrade
talin
talinum
talinums
talion
talion dread
talionic
talions (current term)
talipat
talipats
taliped
talipedic
talipeds
talipes
talipes arcuatus
talipes calcaneovalgus
talipes calcaneovarus
talipes calcaneus
talipes cavus
talipes equinovalgus
talipes equinus

Literary usage of Talions

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1. The History of England. by Rapin de Thoyras (Paul), Nicolas Tindal (1762)
"... one of Lalo's, one of Howe's, talions, one of the guards, two of Orkney's, one of Ar- 1707-8. one of ..."

2. British Theatre: Comprising Tragedies, Comedies, Operas, and Farces, from by Owen Williams (1828)
"... lo be con- Ind. But I am afraid you heard me say aa virtuous spirit is supported above the temp- great deal; and when a woman is in the talk- talions, ..."

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