Definition of Mezereums

1. mezereum [n] - See also: mezereum



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mezereums

meyerhofferite
meyerhofferites
meymacite
meynt
mezail
mezails
mezair
mezairs
mezcal
mezcals
meze
mezerein
mezereon
mezereons
mezereum
mezereums (current term)
mezes
mezlocillin
mezlocillin sodium
mezquit
mezquite
mezquites
mezquits
mezuza
mezuzah
mezuzahs
mezuzas
mezuzot
mezuzoth
mezz

Literary usage of Mezereums

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1. Rural Essays by Andrew Jackson Downing (1869)
"A few pale snowdrops, sun-bright crocuses, and timidly blushing mezereums, have already gladdened us, like the few faint bars of golden and ruddy light that ..."

2. Landscape Gardening by Andrew Jackson Downing (1921)
"... blushing mezereums, have already gladdened us, like the few faint bars of golden and ruddy light that usher in the full radiance of sunrise; ..."

3. Annual Report of the State Horticultural Society of Missouri by Missouri State Horticultural Society (1898)
"As winter passes by and stormy March with occasional warm days and sunshine starts the crocus and mezereums into bloom, the thought comes to us, ..."

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