Definition of Cicelies
1. cicely [n] - See also: cicely
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cicelies
Literary usage of Cicelies
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A History of the Theory of Elasticity and of the Strength of Materials: From by Isaac Todhunter (1886)
"... which can be regarded as having only one dimension, strings and elastic laminae. Si ML Euler a osé passer plus loin, & traiter du son des cicelies, ..."
2. History of the State of New York by John Romeyn Brodhead (1871)
"Having assembled there, Cour- fort .ct cicelies flattered them by presents, and got their consent build a fort at that place, where they might come to trade ..."
3. History of Charles the Bold, Duke of Burgundy by John Foster Kirk (1863)
"... remarks the sagacious Commines, "pour ce qu'ilz font desirer mutations, et anssi sont cause (cicelies. ..."
4. Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal (1812)
"... physician to the forces in Sicily, in an cicelies treatise on the diseases of the army in that country, which w> published by him about three years ago, ..."