Definition of Twyeres

1. twyere [n] - See also: twyere



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Twyeres

twoscores
twosies
twosome
twosomes
twoth
twothirds
twotino
twotinos
twoty
twp
twunt
twunts
twyblade
twyer
twyere
twyeres (current term)
twyers
twyfold
twyndyllyng
twyndyllyngs
twynne
twyr
txalaparta
txs
txt
txtspk
txtspks
tyan
tyan-a-bumfit

Literary usage of Twyeres

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1. Newton's London Journal of Arts and Sciences: Being Record of the Progress by William Newton, Charles Frederick Partington (1853)
"Carbonic acid was generated at the bottom, as the product of combustion, in the neighbourhood of the twyeres ; after rising towards the centre of the ..."

2. Calendar of the Close Rolls Preserved in the Public Record Office: Prepared by Public Record Office, Great Britain Public Record Office, Great Britain (1902)
"Worcester, together with the issues thereof, as the king has learned from an inquisition taken by John Fite Herbert of twyeres, ..."

3. Memoirs of the Geological Survey of India by Geological Survey of India (1880)
"The blast is conveyed to the furnace by a pair of bamboo twyeres, and has to be kept up steadily without intermission for from 6 to 8 hours. ..."

4. Fownes Manual of Chemistry, Theoretical and Practical: A New American from by George Fownes (1885)
"... over its surface by means of twyeres. The effect of this operation is to deprive the iron of a great part of the carbon and silicon associated with it. ..."

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