Definition of Corsacs

1. corsac [n] - See also: corsac



Lexicographical Neighbors of Corsacs

corruptly
corruptness
corruptnesses
corruptor
corruptors
corruptress
corruptresses
corrupts
corruscate
corruscated
corruscates
corruscating
corruscation
cors
corsac
corsacs (current term)
corsage
corsages
corsair
corsairs
corselet
corselets
corselette
corselettes
corsepresent
corsepresents
corses
corset
corseted
corsetiere

Literary usage of Corsacs

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

1. Essay on the Theory of the Earth by Georges Cuvier, Robert Jameson (1817)
"... considers the auriferous ants of Herodotus as the corsacs* of modern naturalists. The most famous among these fabulous animals of the ancients was the ..."

2. Essay on the Theory of the Earth by Georges Cuvier, Robert Jameson (1827)
"... affirms with probability, that the auriferous ants of Herodotus are corsacs. One of the most famous amongst these fabulous animals of the ancients, ..."

3. The New Annual Register, Or General Repository of History, Politics, and by Andrew Kippis, William Godwin, George Robinson (1816)
"... considers the auriferous ants of Herodotus as the corsacs of modern naturalists. " The most famous among these fabulous animals of the ancients was the ..."

4. Essays on the Theory of the Earth by Georges Cuvier, Robert Jameson (1822)
"... considers the auriferous ants of Herodotus as the corsacs* of modern naturalists. The most famous among these fabulous animals of the ancients was the ..."

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