Definition of Logogriphs

1. Noun. (plural of logogriph) ¹



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Definition of Logogriphs

1. logogriph [n] - See also: logogriph

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Logogriphs

logoff
logoffs
logogram
logogrammatic
logogrammatically
logograms
logograph
logographer
logographers
logographic
logographical
logographically
logographs
logography
logogriph
logogriphs (current term)
logoi
logolepsy
logolept
logolepts
logoless
logological
logologically
logologies
logology
logomach
logomachic
logomachical
logomachies
logomachist

Literary usage of Logogriphs

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1. Library of the World's Best Literature: Ancient and Modern by Edward Cornelius Towne (1897)
"Strange monument built of mud and of marble, bathed in shadow and in sunshine, decked with a thousand monstrous forms, with riddles and logogriphs, ..."

2. Goldoni and the Venice of His Time by Joseph Spencer Kennard (1920)
"In fact logogriphs were just then the fad in Paris, especially in Le Mercure de France (see Memoirs, part iii, ..."

3. The Continental Legal History Series by Association of American Law Schools (1913)
"[This reminds one of the "logogriphs" of Athens.] We should, moreover, see gathering about the criminal courts, as formerly before the consuls, ..."

4. A History of Continental Criminal Procedure, with Special Reference to France by Adhémar Esmein, René Garraud, Carl Joseph Anton Mittermaier (1913)
"[This reminds one of the "logogriphs" of Athens.] We should, moreover, see gathering about the criminal courts, as formerly before the consuls, ..."

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