Definition of Catastas

1. catasta [n] - See also: catasta



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Catastas

catarrhal fever
catarrhal gastritis
catarrhal inflammation
catarrhal jaundice
catarrhal ophthalmia
catarrhally
catarrhine
catarrhines
catarrhinian
catarrhous
catarrhs
catarrhy
catasta
catastalsis
catastaltic
catastas (current term)
catastases
catastasis
catastate
catastates
catasterism
catasterisms
catastrophal
catastrophe
catastrophe theory
catastrophes
catastrophic
catastrophic illness
catastrophic kill
catastrophic reaction

Literary usage of Catastas

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1. The Complete Works: With a Life of the Author Written by Himself by Laurence Sterne, David Herbert (1882)
"... wherein the action is mo entered upon and heightened till it an its state or height, called the catastas which usually takes up the second an acts, ..."

2. History of the Working and Burgher Classes by Adolphe Granier de Cassagnac, Benjamin Edwards Green (1871)
"... of holly-leaves on their heads.6 In the catastas were kept the slaves of great price, who were only shown to purchasers of some importance.7 Generally, ..."

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