Definition of Hypers

1. hyper [n] - See also: hyper



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hypers

hyperreflexia
hyperreflexias
hyperreflexic bladder
hyperregulate
hyperregulated
hyperregulates
hyperregulating
hyperregulation
hyperrelativism
hyperreligiosity
hyperresonance
hyperresponsive
hyperresponsiveness
hyperromantic
hyperromantics
hypers (current term)
hypersalaemia
hypersaline
hypersalinities
hypersalinity
hypersalivation
hypersarcosinaemia
hypersatellite
hypersatellites
hypersaturated
hyperscalar
hyperscalars
hyperscaling
hyperscholastic
hypersecrecy

Literary usage of Hypers

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1. The English Cyclopaedia by Charles Knight (1867)
"... mountain of Carrock Fell in Cumberland is also formed of it ; a dyke of hypers- ... In the Valteline M. Necker has pointed out the passage from hypers- ..."

2. Sessional Papers by Ontario Legislative Assembly (1904)
"... having the composition of labradorite with hypers- thene or an ... very like hypers- thene as to ..."

3. Report by Ontario Dept. of Mines (1904)
"... dusty-brown coloring in the plagioclases; but that it also consists essentially of plagioclase having the composition of labradorite with hypers- thene ..."

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