Definition of Mafics

1. mafic [n] - See also: mafic



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mafics

maffickers
mafficking
mafficks
maffle
maffled
maffler
mafflers
mafflin
maffling
mafflings
mafflins
mafia
mafialike
mafias
mafic
mafics (current term)
mafiosi
mafioso
mafiosos
mafoo
mafoos
mafosfamide
maftir
maftirs
mafufunyana
mag
mag tape
mag wheel
mag wheels
magadiite

Literary usage of Mafics

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1. The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for by Edmund Burke (1764)
"... mafics at court, and the nobility in their private houles j nor was any public entertainment thought complete without them. This tafle for theatrical ..."

2. The Literary Character: Or, the History of Men of Genius, Drawn from Their by Isaac Disraeli (1868)
"... in mathe- mafics, which can never be resolved. A small portion of mankind appears marked out by nature and by study for the purpose of cultivating their ..."

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