Definition of Bacchants

1. Noun. (plural of bacchant) ¹



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Definition of Bacchants

1. bacchant [n] - See also: bacchant

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bacchants

baccate
baccated
bacchanal
bacchanale
bacchanalia
bacchanalian
bacchanalianism
bacchanalians
bacchanalias
bacchanals
bacchanology
bacchant
bacchante
bacchantes
bacchantic
bacchants (current term)
bacchiac
bacchian
bacchic
bacchical
bacchii
bacchius
bacchus
baccies
bacciferous
bacciform
baccilar
baccivorous
bacco
baccoes

Literary usage of Bacchants

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1. The Antique Greek Dance, After Sculptured and Painted Figures by Maurice Emmanuel (1916)
"according to ritualistic tradition by women who are usually called bacchants, but each region has a different name for them. ..."

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