Definition of Lachrymals

1. n. pl. Tears; also, lachrymal feelings or organs.



Definition of Lachrymals

1. lachrymal [n] - See also: lachrymal

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lachrymals

lacewood
lacewoods
lacework
laceworks
lacey
lachenalia
lachenalias
laches
lacheses
lachman's test
lachrymable
lachrymal
lachrymal duct
lachrymal gland
lachrymal secretion
lachrymals (current term)
lachrymary
lachrymate
lachrymation
lachrymations
lachrymator
lachrymatories
lachrymators
lachrymatory
lachrymiform
lachrymose
lachrymosely
lachrymosities
lachrymosity
lacier

Literary usage of Lachrymals

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1. France on the Eve of the Great Revolution: France, Holland, and the by George Collier (1865)
"... some curiosities, ie, several lachrymals and Roman antiques, a very large urna ... lachrymals ..."

2. Text-book of Paleontology by Karl Alfred von Zittel (1902)
"Pre- frontals small, lachrymals large. Orbits irregularly oval, nearly as large as, ... Premaxillae spatulate in form, lachrymals unusually large. ..."

3. The Scientific Memoirs of Thomas Henry Huxley by Thomas Henry Huxley, Michael Foster (1901)
"In Tetrao urogallus and in Crax, the inner margins of the lachrymals are connected almost wholly with the nasals, and their posterior margins are truncated ..."

4. Proceedings by Zoological Society of London (1868)
"But in Opisthocomus the hinge lies behind the lachrymals, which have completely coalesced with the nasals and form an integral part of the rostrum. ..."

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