Definition of Abysms

1. Noun. (plural of abysm) ¹



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Definition of Abysms

1. abysm [n] - See also: abysm

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Abysms

abwatts
aby
abydocomist
abydocomists
abye
abyed
abyeing
abyes
abying
abyme
abymes
abys
abysm
abysmal
abysmally
abysms (current term)
abyss
abyssal
abyssal fish
abyssal plain
abyssal zone
abysses
abysslike
abyssomicin
abyssomicins
abyssopelagic
abzyme
abzymes
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Literary usage of Abysms

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1. Essays on Astronomy: A Series of Papers on Planets and Meteors, the Sun and by Richard Anthony Proctor (1872)
"But beyond the solar system the thoughts of the student of astronomy should range until he begins to apprehend to some extent the vastness of those abysms ..."

2. Iconoclasts: A Book of Dramatists: Ibsen, Strindberg, Becque, Hauptmann by James Huneker (1907)
"... Nachtasyl — The Night Refuge is a fair equivalent in English — one realizes, not without a shudder, that there are depths within depths, abysms beneath ..."

3. Sancti Ambrosii Mediolanensii episcopi, Opera omnia by Ambrose (1836)
"... de<]ua abysms dicit : Non esl in me; ei mare dicit : l\on est mecum? Non dicit i (cluni. Pion est in me : sed abysms di- di, Honest in me. ..."

4. Leaves of Grass by Walt Whitman (1921)
"... sometimes known, oftener unknown, really shape and mould the New World) adjusting it to Time and Space, You hidden national will lying in your abysms, ..."

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