Definition of Expirations

1. Noun. (plural of expiration) ¹



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Definition of Expirations

1. expiration [n] - See also: expiration

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Expirations

expiative
expiator
expiatorious
expiators
expiatory
expidite
expidited
expidites
expiditing
expilator
expilators
expirable
expirant
expirants
expiration
expirations
expiratory
expiratory centre
expiratory dyspnea
expiratory reserve volume
expiratory resistance
expiratory stridor
expire
expired
expired gas
expiree
expirees
expirer
expirers
expires

Literary usage of Expirations

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1. Scientific Circulation Management for Newspapers by William Rufus Scott (1915)
"Expirations and New Business To offset expirations and readers lost to other papers, as well as to maintain a normal growth, a newspaper should add about 20 ..."

2. The Philosophical Transactions ... Abridged by Royal Society (Great Britain), John Lowthorp, Henry Jones, Andrew Reid, John Gray, John Eames, John Martyn (1722)
"... are indeed Expirations oí Nitre, 1 digg'd up fome of the Earth, and drew a Salt from it, which had both the Tañe and Fiqure of Nitre ; tho'fome Grains ..."

3. Hull's Jahr: A New Manual of Homoeopathic Practice by Gottlieb Heinrich Georg Jahr, Amos Gerald Hull, Frederick Greenwood Snelling (1885)
"The breathing is heavy and scarcely perceptible, with difficult expirations, great anxiety, and palpitation of the heart. Violent dyspnoea, with pressure on ..."

4. A German-English dictionary of terms used in medicine and the allied sciences by Hugo Lang, Bertram Abrahams (1905)
"movement Expirations-druck ... pressure Expirations-geräusch, ... murmur Expirations-luft, /. expiratory- Expirations-muskel, m. expir muscle needle ..."

5. Hearings Before the Committee on Expenditures in the Post Office Department (1911)
"There is no doubt, however, that whatever rule might be adopted it would be broad enough to allow him to carry sufficient expirations for six or eight ..."

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