Definition of Antimonies

1. Noun. (misspelling of antinomies) ¹



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Definition of Antimonies

1. antimony [n] - See also: antimony

Lexicographical Neighbors of Antimonies

antimonatian
antimoney
antimongoloid
antimonial
antimonial lead
antimonials
antimonian
antimoniate
antimoniated
antimoniates
antimonic
antimonic acid
antimonid
antimonide
antimonides
antimonies (current term)
antimoniferous
antimonious
antimonite
antimonites
antimoniureted
antimoniuretted
antimoniuretted hydrogen
antimonoan
antimonogamy
antimonopole
antimonopolist
antimonopolists
antimonopoly
antimonotone

Literary usage of Antimonies

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Volume of Proceedings of the Fourth International Congregational Council by International Congregational Council (1921)
"Consider the antimonies of lay and priest, religious and secular, ... A religion that is so full of antimonies can never provide a basis for the unification ..."

2. A Dictionary of Practical Materia Medica by John Henry Clarke (1900)
"As with the other antimonies there is disordered digestion, ... Compare: Other antimonies; Aur. (chest), Ars., Ferr., Merc. sul., Sul., Amm. c. ..."

3. Crude Rubber and Compounding Ingredients: A Text-book of Rubber Manufactureby Henry Clemens Pearson by Henry Clemens Pearson (1909)
"Sample*- <>i rubber sheet, bat handles, tubing, etc., were on view, actually made from these antimonies, and were pronounced to be very fine indeed. ..."

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