Definition of Epuise

1. worn out [adj]



Lexicographical Neighbors of Epuise

epsila
epsilon
epsilon alcoholism
epsilon toxin
epsilonic
epsilons
epsin
epsom salt
epsomite
epsomites
epstein-barr virus nuclear antigens
eptagon
eptagons
eptapirone
eptatretus
epuise (current term)
epuisee
epulary
epulation
epulides
epulis
epulis gravidarum
epulises
epuloid
epulotic
epulotics
epurate
epurated
epurates

Literary usage of Epuise

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

1. The Engineer in South Africa: A Review of the Industrial Situation in South by Stafford Ransome (1903)
"Le Japan et sa civilisation, Grenoble. 1923 (epuise). ... Femmes japonaises et leur Litterature, Paris, 1924. (epuise). ..."

2. Impressions of Spain in 1866 by Mary Elizabeth Herbert Herbert (1867)
"... speaking of asceticism of this sort, says : ' Les pa'iens avaient epuise la volupte : les Chretiens ont epuise les ..."

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