Definition of Eclosions

1. eclosion [n] - See also: eclosion



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Eclosions

ecliptick
ecliptics
eclog
eclogite
eclogites
eclogitic
eclogitized
eclogs
eclogue
eclogues
eclose
eclosed
ecloses
eclosing
eclosion
eclosions (current term)
eclosure
ecmnesia
ecmnesic
eco
eco-
eco-defence
eco-defense
eco-friendly
eco-house
eco-houses
eco-incentive
eco-incentives
eco-kosher
eco-migration

Literary usage of Eclosions

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1. Bulletin de la Société linnéenne du nord de la France (1893)
"351 eclosions terminées 1614 jeunes sur 2163 œufs. ... 100 eclosions terminées 842 jeunes sur 942 œufs. Jusqu'au 15 mars, truites mortes. ..."

2. Bibliographia zoologica by Concilium Bibliographicum (1898)
"Ann. of Nat. Hist. (7.) Vol. 1. March, p. 256. [595.78P. M Foulquier, Gédéon. 1898. eclosions anormales de Papilio ..."

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