Definition of Tricycles

1. Noun. (plural of tricycle) ¹



2. Verb. (third-person singular of tricycle) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Tricycles

1. tricycle [n] - See also: tricycle

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tricycles

tricuspid stenosis
tricuspid tooth
tricuspid valve
tricuspid valve insufficiency
tricuspid valve prolapse
tricuspid valve stenosis
tricuspid valves
tricuspidate
tricuspids
tricyanide
tricyanides
tricyanomethane
tricyclamol chloride
tricycle
tricycled
tricycles (current term)
tricyclic
tricyclic antidepressant
tricyclic antidepressant drug
tricyclics
tricycling
tricyclist
tricyclists
tricyclo
tricyclon
tridacnas
tridactyl
tridactyl tridactyle
tridactylous

Literary usage of Tricycles

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1. Cycling by William Coutts Keppel Albemarle, George Lacy Hillier (1887)
"tricycles. The success of the improved bicycle drew the attention of ... Accordingly very early in the history of the modern bicycle tricycles were made. ..."

2. Annual Report on the Statistics of Manufactures by Massachusetts Bureau of Statistics (1902)
"In 1895, the manufacture of bicycles and tricycles was included under the head of carriages ... Bicycles and tricycles. * Value of repairing done in 1900, ..."

3. The Health of Nations: A Review of the Works of Edwin Chadwick by Edwin Chadwick, Benjamin Ward Richardson (1887)
"tricycles FOR POLICE. HE last essay which our author has given to the world—published, in fact, in the present year, 1887—has reference to the use of the ..."

4. The Road and the Roadside by Burton Willis Potter (1893)
"BICYCLES AND tricycles. WITHIN the past few years a new species of vehicle has appeared upon the highways of the world. Among the marvellous inventions of ..."

5. Mechanical Movements, Powers, Devices and Appliances, Used in Constructive by Gardner Dexter Hiscox (1899)
"VESSELS, SAILS, ROPE KNOTS, PADDLE WHEELS, PROPELLERS, ROAD SCRAPERS AND ROLLERS, VEHICLES, MOTOR CARRIAGES, tricycles, BICYCLES, AND MOTOR ADJUNCTS. ..."

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