Definition of Terfe

1. turf [n -S] - See also: turf



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Terfe

terephthalates
terephthalic
terephthalic acid
terephthaloyl chloride
teres
teres major
teres major muscle
teres minor
teres minor muscle
teres muscle
terete
teretes
teretial
teretous
terf
terfe (current term)
terfenadine
terfes
terfluorene
terfluorenes
terfs
terga
tergal
tergant
tergeminate
tergeminin
tergeminous
tergiferous
tergite
tergites

Literary usage of Terfe

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1. The Rudiments of Latin Grammar by Alexander Adam, Ebenezer Fitch (1814)
"In long poems there is commonly but one kind of terfe ufed. ... that various kinds of terfe are combined. A Poem which has only one kind of ver/e, ..."

2. Bibliographia Poetica: A Catalogue of Engleish [sic.] Poets of the Twelfth by Joseph Ritson (1802)
"Should we," fays that il-informed and inaccurate writer, " forget the learned Ha- millan, our book would be thought to be imper- fect, fo terfe and fluent ..."

3. Bibliographia Poetica: A Catalogue of Engleish [sic.] Poets of the Twelfth by Joseph Ritson (1802)
"Should we," fays that il-informed and inaccurate writer, " forget the learned Ha- millan, our book would be thought to be imper- fect, fo terfe ..."

4. The Great Concern of Salvation: In Three Parts by Thomas Halyburton (1801)
"... and thence to the r41!r terfe, he entertains : them with a ... After this, in the i^th terfe, he infers, from the whole, ..."

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