Definition of Intervales

1. intervale [n] - See also: intervale



Lexicographical Neighbors of Intervales

interuser
interuterine
intervacua
intervacuum
interval
interval cycle
interval operation
interval scale
interval variable
interval variables
intervale
intervalence
intervales (current term)
intervalic
intervalley
intervallic
intervalometer
intervalometers
intervals
intervaried
intervaries
intervarietal
intervarsities
intervarsity
intervary
intervarying
intervascular

Literary usage of Intervales

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

1. A Complete Descriptive and Statistical Gazetteer of the United States of by Daniel Haskel, John Calvin Smith (1843)
"... where иге extensive and ferule intervales. Socket's brook hue a fall of 75 feet in HO rods, and affords extensive water power. ..."

2. The White Mountains: A Guide to the Peaks, Passes, and Ravines of the White by Moses Foster Sweetser (1876)
"This hotel in on Sunset Bank, a bluff which overlooks the Saco intervales and Moat Wt., ... intervales ..."

3. An Eastern Tour at Home by Joel Cook (1889)
"THE CONNECTICUT intervales. A SHORT distance north of Hartford is the imaginary line that marks the Massachusetts southern boundary. ..."

4. The Emigrant Churchman in Canada by A. W. H. Rose, Henry Christmas (1849)
"... United States—"Jolly ice" appearance of St. John's—Lack of white paint—Estimable clergymen—Steamer on St. John's river—" intervales "—Romantic island ..."

5. Canada in 1849: Pictures of Canadian Life, Or, the Emigrant Churchman by A. W. H. Rose, Henry Christmas (1850)
"... United States—"Jolly ice" appearance of St. John's—Lack of white paint—Estimable clergymen—Steamer on St. John's river—" intervales "—Romantic island ..."

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