Definition of Gellants

1. gellant [n] - See also: gellant



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gellants

gelees
gelid
gelider
gelidest
gelidities
gelidity
gelidly
gelidness
gelidnesses
gelifraction
gelignite
gelignites
gellan gum
gellan lyase
gellant
gellants (current term)
gelled
gellies
gelling
gelling agent
gelly
geloscopy
gelose
gelosies
gelosis
gelosy
gelotologist
gelotologists
gelotology
gelotophobe

Literary usage of Gellants

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1. Free Russia by William Hepworth Dixon (1870)
"gellants. The Flagellants are older in date, stronger in number, than the Champions and the Milk Drinkers. They go back to the first year of Alexie (1645); ..."

2. Chambers's Encyclopædia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for the People (1878)
"It is usually the largest vessel in the fleet FLA'gellants, the name given to certain bodies of fanatical enthusiasts, who, at various intervals from the ..."

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