Definition of Dicastic

1. dicast [adj] - See also: dicast



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dicastic

dicarbonyls
dicarboxamide
dicarboximide
dicarboximides
dicarboxylate
dicarboxylates
dicarboxylic
dicarboxylic acid
dicarboxylic acid-CoA oxidase
dicarboxylic acid-CoA synthetase
dicarboxylic acid cycle
dicarboxylic acids
dicast
dicasteries
dicastery
dicastic (current term)
dicasts
dication
dicationic
dications
dice
dice box
dice cup
dice run
dice runs
dice snake
dice snakes
dice with death
dicebox
diceboxes

Literary usage of Dicastic

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

1. The Classical World by Classical Association of the Atlantic States (1916)
"This deals with the light which the Polity of Athens, discovered about 1890, has thrown "upon the details of the dicastic system as it existed in the days ..."

2. Cornell Studies in Classical Philology by Cornell University (1893)
"law courts was reached when Pericles introduced the dicastic stipend, probably between the years 457 and 451.1 Before considering this innovation in detail, ..."

3. The Development of the Athenian Constitution by George Willis Botsford (1893)
"law courts was reached when Pericles introduced the dicastic stipend, probably between the years 457 and 451.1 Before ..."

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