Definition of Echard

1. the water in the soil not available to plants [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Echard

ecdysteroid 26-hydroxylase
ecdysteroid UDP-glucosyltransferase
ecdysteroids
ecdysterone
ecesic
ecesis
ecesises
ecgonidine
ecgonine
ecgonine benzoate
ecgonines
ech
echage
echappe
echappes
echard (current term)
echards
eche
eched
echelle
echelle grating
echelle gratings
echelles
echelon
echeloned
echeloning
echelons
echeosis
eches
echeveria

Literary usage of Echard

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1. The Bibliographer's Manual of English Literature: Containing an Account of by William Thomas Lowndes (1858)
"A Letter to Mr. Archdeacon echard, upon Occasion of his History of England. ... A Letter to Dr. Calamy : shewing that Mr. Archdeacon echard has done the ..."

2. Cyclopaedia of English Literature: A Selection of the Choicest Productions by Robert Chambers (1850)
"LAWRENCE echard (1671-1730) was a voluminous writer and historian. ... Without aiming at philosophical analysis or investigation, echard was a careful ..."

3. Dictionary of National Biography by LESLIE. STEPHEN (1888)
"echard, having been ordained by Moore, bishop of Norwich, was presented to the livings of ... For more than twenty years echard resided in Lincolnshire, ..."

4. The Lives of British Historians by Eugene Lawrence (1855)
"During all this period echard was diligently employed in writing history. The subjects upon which he fixed his attention were chiefly classical; ..."

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