Definition of Chamades

1. Noun. (plural of chamade) ¹



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Definition of Chamades

1. chamade [n] - See also: chamade

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chamades

chalumeaux
chalupa
chalupas
chalutz
chalutzes
chalutzim
chalybeate
chalybeate water
chalybeates
chalybeous
chalybite
chalybites
chalypsography
cham
chamade
chamades (current term)
chamaeleon
chamaephyte
chamaephytes
chamar
chamars
chamazulene
chamber
chamber ensemble
chamber ensembles
chamber music
chamber of commerce
chamber orchestra
chamber orchestras

Literary usage of Chamades

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1. The Crime by Richard Grelling (1919)
"... the Hohenzollerns and their most recent herald of peace do not inspire any belief in the world by their dulcet chamades of reconciliation. ..."

2. A General Bibliographical Dictionary by Friedrich Adolf Ebert, Arthur Browne (1837)
"8°. 4 voll, (ю d. 12 gr., on English paper 13 d. 14 gr.) The text is frequently altered and amended. TI Lysis, chamades, Hippias major, ..."

3. The Origin and Growth of Plato's Logic: With an Account of Plato's Style and by Wincenty Lutosławski (1897)
"... so long as it is not taught, but merely practised according to common traditional experience, appears not to be, as was supposed in chamades, Laches, ..."

4. Mémoires du marquis de Sourches sur le règne de Louis XIV by Louis François du Bouchet Sourches (1885)
"... trois chamades, et, comme les François étoient alors accoutumés à des événements extraordinaires en faveur du Roi, il y en eut qui s'imaginèrent que la ..."

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