Definition of Imbrications

1. Noun. (plural of imbrication) ¹



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Definition of Imbrications

1. imbrication [n] - See also: imbrication

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Imbrications

imbrast
imbreathe
imbreed
imbreke
imbrew
imbrewed
imbrewing
imbrews
imbrex
imbricate
imbricated
imbricates
imbricating
imbrication
imbrication lines of von Ebner
imbrications (current term)
imbricative
imbrices
imbring
imbrocado
imbrocadoes
imbroglii
imbroglio
imbroglios
imbrown
imbrowned
imbrowning
imbrowns
imbrue
imbrued

Literary usage of Imbrications

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1. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: “a” Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature edited by Hugh Chisholm (1910)
"Fig. 4.—Wool Fibres. Australian merino viewed in length. Surface imbrications—the structural cause of true felling properties. Fig. 5.—Flax Stem. ..."

2. The Prevention of Dental Caries and Oral Sepsis by Henry Percy Pickerill (1919)
"imbrications IN OUTLINE. Note the relationship of the stride in the enamel to the imbrications (low power, reflected light). ..."

3. Theory and Analysis of Ornament Applied to the Work of Elementary and by François Louis Schauermann (1892)
"imbrications. 173. This ornamentation, which we find everywhere, is particularly realized by the super- Fig. 254. Fig. 255. Fig. 256. Fig. ..."

4. History of Ancient Pottery: Greek, Etruscan, and Roman by Henry Beauchamp Walters, Samuel Birch (1905)
"... ware— Later Boeotian vases—Melian amphorae—Corinth and its pottery— " Proto-Corinthian " vases—Vases with imbrications and floral decoration— Incised ..."

5. History of Ancient Pottery, Greek, Etrusean, and Roman by Henry Beauchamp Walters, Samuel Birch (1905)
"... Proto-Corinthian " vases—Vases with imbrications and floral decoration— Incised lines and ground-ornaments—Introduction of figure- subjects—Chalcidian ..."

6. Sessional Papers by Ontario Legislative Assembly (1883)
"With this power I was enabled readily to measure all the various specimens, and also to distinguish the imbrications with comparative facility. ..."

7. Evenings at the Microscope: Or, Researches Among the Minuter Organs and by Philip Henry Gosse (1872)
"As we trace the hair upwards, by moving the stage of the microscope, by and by it swells and rapidly increases in thickness ; the imbrications are scarcely ..."

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