Definition of Trasses

1. trass [n] - See also: trass



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trasses

trashes
trashier
trashiest
trashily
trashiness
trashinesses
trashing
trashlike
trashman
trashmen
trashsport
trashsports
trashy
traskite
trass
trasses (current term)
trastuzumab
trat
trats
tratt
trattnerite
trattoria
trattorias
trattorie
tratts
trauchle
trauchled
trauchles
trauchling
traulism

Literary usage of Trasses

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1. Treatise on the Theory of the Construction of Bridges and Roofs by De Volson Wood (1873)
"But to be completely on the safe side in proportioning the main trasses, I assumed when the wind is in the north-west, or south-west, that the whole of the ..."

2. Supplement to the Revised Statutes of the United States by United States, William Adams Richardson, George Anderson King, William Bruce King, Edwin Charles Brandenburg (1891)
"[March 3, 1879.] 20 Stat. Li., coo. March 3,1879. CHAP. 173,— An act to amend the act entitled " An act to provide for famishing trasses to dis, ..."

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