Definition of Erics

1. Noun. (plural of eric) ¹



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Definition of Erics

1. eric [n] - See also: eric

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Erics

erhu
erhua
erhus
eriach
eriachs
eric
erica
ericaceous
ericaite
ericas
ericinol
erick
ericks
ericoid
ericolin
erics (current term)
ericssonite
eridanus
erigerons
erigible
erinaceous
ering
eringo
eringoes
eringos
erinite
erinites
erinys
eriochalcite
eriodictyon

Literary usage of Erics

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1. The History of the Late Province of New-York, from Its Discovery, to the by William Smith, New-York Historical Society (1829)
"... that the French' forts were erected in a country of the erics, a nation extirpated by the confederate cantons, who, by the treaty of Utrecht, ..."

2. Fraser's Magazine by Thomas Carlyle (1856)
"... and Sale with rapture, we recommend the topographical portion of the work.' \Ve might add much more, but space erics, Halt ! Let every class of reader, ..."

3. Descriptive Catalogue of Books Contained in the Lending Library by Bishopsgate Institute, London, Charles William F. Goss (1901)
"F New Adam and Eve [A second «erics of "Mosses from an old manse."] ........................... F Our old home : series of English «ketches . ..."

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