Definition of Bicarbs

1. bicarb [n] - See also: bicarb



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bicarbs

bicallous
bicameral
bicameral abscess
bicameral legislature
bicameralism
bicameralisms
bicanalicular sphincter
bicapped
bicapsular
bicarb
bicarb soda
bicarbonate
bicarbonate ATPase
bicarbonate of soda
bicarbonates
bicarbs (current term)
bicarbureted
bicarburetted
bicardial
bicardiogram
bicarinate
bicategorical
bicategory
bication
bications
bicaudal
bicaudate
bicause
bicchulite
biccies

Literary usage of Bicarbs

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1. Over the Threshold of War: Personal Experiences of the Great European Conflict by Nevil Monroe Hopkins (1918)
"... bicarbs, Nitrates, etc., and slim ones of labeled liquids, tinctures, spirits and essences, not a solitary thing but drugs, rows upon rows, ..."

2. The Chemical Trade Journal (1890)
"On the other han is firmer, and rises have taken place in the marke cake (which is scarce), alum, bicarbs, ..."

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