Definition of Arctics

1. arctic [n] - See also: arctic



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Arctics

arctic foxes
arctic front
arctic hare
arctic hares
arctic moss
arctic poppy
arctic raspberry
arctic regions
arctic roll
arctic rolls
arctic skua
arctic tern
arctic terns
arctic willow
arctically
arctics (current term)
arctiid
arctiid moth
arctiids
arctisca
arctite
arctogeal
arctoid
arctoidea
arctophile
arctophilia
arctophily
arcturus
arcual
arcuate

Literary usage of Arctics

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1. A Bibliography of the War Cripple by Douglas Crawford McMurtrie, Institute for the Crippled and Disabled (1918)
"Making arctics, Gaiters, and Lumberman's Shoes The making of arctics, ... arctics are made in light and heavy weights and with cloth or rubber tops. ..."

2. Employment Opportunities for Handicapped Men in the Coppersmithing Trade by Bert Jasper Morris (1918)
"Making arctics, Gaiters, and Lumberman's Shoes The making of arctics, ... arctics are made in light and heavy weights and with cloth or rubber tops. ..."

3. The Aerial Age: A Thousand Miles by Airship Over the Atlantic Ocean; Airship by Walter Wellman (1911)
"... CLIMATE OF THE arctics the prevailing belief, it is le Arctic regions. Many people do not understand that the summers in the Polar zones are ..."

4. A Sailor of Fortune: Personal Memoirs of Captain B. S. Osbon by Bradley Sillick Osbon, Albert Bigelow Paine (1906)
"... XIII I Winter in the arctics ATER its one piratical venture the Swallow cruised about the Pacific, calling on my old friends the Fijians, ..."

5. The Butterfly Book: A Popular Guide to a Knowledge of the Butterflies of by William Jacob Holland (1898)
"(The arctics) " To reside In thrilling region of thick-ribbed ice." SHAKESPEARE. Butterfly.—The antennae are short; the eyes of moderate size; ..."

6. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1901)
"variations synchronous with those of the arctics. The general conclusions are that in the arctics the eighteenth century was a period of very marked advance ..."

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