Definition of Bronzes

1. Noun. (plural of bronze) ¹

2. Verb. (third-person singular of bronze) ¹

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Definition of Bronzes

1. bronze [v] - See also: bronze

Lexicographical Neighbors of Bronzes

bronze medalists
bronze medallist
bronze medallists
bronze medals
bronze race
bronze whaler
bronze yellow
bronzed diabetes
bronzed disease
bronzed skin
bronzes (current term)
bronzewing pigeon
bronzewing pigeons

Literary usage of Bronzes

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

1. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1903)
"In the laboratory with which the writers are connected, mam- bronzes and ... bronzes. The analysis of bronzes is carried out as follows: Weigh i gram of the ..."

2. Spolia Zeylanica by Colombo Museum, National Museums of Sri Lanka, National Museums of Ceylon (1908)
"0 MS^ * fa*4*r ANCIENT bronzes IN THE COLOMBO MUSEUM. INTRODUCTION. IN the edition of the " Guide to the Collections in the Colombo Museum," wliich was ..."

3. Treatise on Applied Analytical Chemistry by Vittorio Villavecchia (1918)
"In ordinary phosphor-bronzes smaller quantities are found (less than 0-25%). Silicon -bronzes These are used especially for telegraph and telephone wires, ..."

4. A Manual of Historic Ornament, Treating Upon the Evolution, Tradition, and by Richard Glazier (1906)
"Two beautiful repousse bronzes (fig. 4), probably by Lysippos, found in 1820 near the river Siris, in Italy, are admirable examples of this period. ..."

5. Transactions by American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical, and Petroleum Engineers, Metallurgical Society of AIME, Society of Mining Engineers of AIME., Society for Mining, Metallurgy, and Exploration (U.S.). (1921)
"FIVE FOUNDRY TESTS OF ZINC bronzes Five Foundry Tests of Zinc bronzes BY CP KARB,* PH. B., WASHINGTON, DC (Philadelphia Meeting. ..."

6. On the Manners and Customs of the Ancient Irish by Eugene O'Curry (1873)
"Egyptian bronzes are, with few exceptions, lead Egypt; bronzes : as regards the proportion of tin in them, they belong chiefly to Types I. and II., ..."

7. Aluminium: Its History, Occurrence, Properties, Metallurgy and Applications by Joseph William Richards (1896)
"540 Morin's arguments to prove that the bronzes are chemical alloys . . 541 Action of small amounts of aluminium on bronze, brass and copper . ..."

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