Definition of Lyddites

1. lyddite [n] - See also: lyddite



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lyddites

lycopodiophyte
lycopodiophytes
lycopodite
lycopodites
lycopodium
lycopodiums
lycopods
lycoricidine
lycorine
lycotropous
lycra
lycras
lycée
lycées
lyddite
lyddites (current term)
lydine
lye
lye hominy
lyege
lyeges
lyencephala
lyencephalous
lyerman
lyes
lyeth
lyfe
lyfull
lygaeid
lygaeid bug

Literary usage of Lyddites

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1. The Uganda Protectorate: An Attempt to Give Some Description of the Physical by Harry Hamilton Johnston (1902)
"... with black lyddites and a few softer and more schistose phyllites. These rocks present striking similarities with Hatch's " Hospital Hill " series of ..."

2. My Year of the Great War by Frederick Palmer (1915)
"Six lyddites were the order for the wireless station; six high explosives which burst on contact and make a hole in the earth large enough for a grave for ..."

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