Definition of Terfes

1. terfe [n] - See also: terfe



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Terfes

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

Literary usage of Terfes

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1. The Iliad of Homer by Homer (1796)
"... in amplifying two terfes of his original, thus neatly and pregnantly exhibited by Mr. Cowper : Such as the ..."

2. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1806)
"... where its truth is said to be proved as absolutely necessary, which he thus expresses : — the purpose of the terfes*. trial life of mankind, ..."

3. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1772)
"... be terfes, and mould accordingly figure among our poetry — It may be fo : but the foregoing gouty groupe ..."

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