Definition of Tricars

1. tricar [n] - See also: tricar



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tricars

tricams
tricaprin
tricar
tricarballylate
tricarballylates
tricarballylic
tricarballylic acid
tricarbimide
tricarbimides
tricarbonyl
tricarbonyls
tricarboxylic
tricarboxylic acid
tricarboxylic acid cycle
tricarboxylic acids
tricars (current term)
tricast
tricasts
tricategories
tricategory
trication
trications
trice
trice up
triced
tricellular
tricenarian
tricenarians
tricenary
tricennial

Literary usage of Tricars

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1. International Motor Cyclopaedia ...: Year Book (1908)
"Whitley Motor & Engineering Co.— Fleet St. Automobile motors. Tricar Manufacturers. Bird & Co., W. Hobart. (Hobart tricars and quads.) Lagonda Motor Mfe. ..."

2. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and (1911)
"tricars. — The tricar or motor tricycle was first made by removing the front wheel of a motor bicycle and replacing it by a frame carrying two side steering ..."

3. The Ancient World from the Earliest Times to 800 A.D. by Willis Mason West (1913)
"Tlte governors and tricars became merely civil officials. All military command was intrusted to other officers, who were responsible directly to the emperor ..."

4. The New annual register, or General repository of history, politics, and by Andrew Kippis (1799)
"... the enemy pouring in np.jii us on ah (liles, and lèverai vaina W. '.tricars and many of our bell ..."

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