Definition of Tranchets

1. tranchet [n] - See also: tranchet



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tranchets

trance
trance coma
trance music
tranced
trancelike
trances
trancester
trancesters
trancework
trancey
tranch
tranche
tranched
tranches
tranchet
tranchets (current term)
tranching
trancing
trancscendental
tranduce
tranduced
tranect
tranects
tranexamic
tranexamic acid
trangam
trangams
trangenic
trangle
trangles

Literary usage of Tranchets

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1. The Archaeological Journal by British Archaeological Association (1908)
"Among the flint relics are scrapers, picks, tranchets, borers, flakes, nuclei, etc. But of greater interest are the objects made of bone and horn, ..."

2. Calcutta Review by University of Calcutta (1844)
"The tools mainly comprising of points, scrapers, tranchets and blades boar evidence to the culture of a hunting community whose food might have been ..."

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