Definition of Treaclier

1. Adjective. (comparative of treacly) ¹



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Definition of Treaclier

1. treacly [adj] - See also: treacly

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Treaclier

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trazodones
tre
tre corde
treacher
treacheries
treacherous
treacherously
treacherousness
treachers
treachery
treacle paper
treacled
treacles
treaclier (current term)
treacliest
treacliness
treacling
treacly
tread
tread-softly
tread-wheel
tread down
tread lightly
tread on
tread water
treadboard
treadboards
treaded

Literary usage of Treaclier

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1. The Gentleman's Magazine (1827)
"... through the kindness of a veteran Antiquary, materially assist his views. ERRATA.—P. 98, b. 9 from bottom, /or Thresher read treaclier; 170, a. ..."

2. Powell's Principles and Practice of the Law of Evidence by Edmund Powell, John Cutler, Charles Francis Cagney (1904)
"... and a conviction obtained, judgment will be respited and the conviction («) Mai-tin v. treaclier, 16 QBD 307. (i) As to what is an action for a penalty, ..."

3. The Life of Napoleon Buonaparte by William Hazlitt (1847)
"... passion to have any of the success of their cause, they instantly threw the Man»« any unexpected failure in the progress of the armies on treaclier In ..."

4. Universal History, Ancient and Modern: From the Earliest Records of Time, to by William Fordyce Mavor (1803)
"... easy reduction towns or fortresses resulted from the treaclier; of the inhabitants. - . .- Elated by the subsequent secession c: ..."

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