Definition of Dicta

1. n. pl. See Dictum.



Definition of Dicta

1. Noun. (irregular plural of dictum) ¹

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Definition of Dicta

1. dictum [n] - See also: dictum

Lexicographical Neighbors of Dicta

dicoumarol
dicoumarols
dicrocoeliasis
dicrocoeliidae
dicrocoeliosis
dicrocoelium
dicrotal
dicrotic
dicrotic notch
dicrotic pulse
dicrotic wave
dicrotism
dicrotisms
dicrotophos
dict
dicta (current term)
dicta-
dictamen
dictamens
dictamnus
dictamnuses
dictaphone
dictaphones
dictate
dictated
dictated but not read
dictates
dictating
dictation
dictation machine

Literary usage of Dicta

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

1. Education by Project Innovation (Organization) (1919)
"Obita dicta in the College Lecture. EABLE D. Eoss, PH. ... dicta—statements by the way—are genii f^ | erally condemned in pronouncements from the judi- 1 If ..."

2. Brief Making and the Use of Law Books by Roger William Cooley, William Minor Lile (1909)
"dicta. From the same reasoning that explains the inability of a court to take ... Yet it must not be forgotten that dicta are frequently correct, ..."

3. The Constitutional Law of the United States by Westel Woodbury Willoughby (1910)
"Judicial dicta. Taney's Views. i oe cor- A certain number of dicta of the Supreme Court of the United States may also be found in which the language ..."

4. Publications by English Historical Society (1846)
"... quae habet in dicta uilla et in campis eius et in ... quae habet in dicta nilla et in campis eius et ..."

5. Who's who in America by John William Leonard, Albert Nelson Marquis (1903)
"... paper, because he declined to "let any long-nosed Yankee manufacturer dicta to him where he should write." These instances and tendencies are mentioned ..."

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