Definition of Newtons

1. Noun. (plural of newton) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Newtons

1. newton [n] - See also: newton

Lexicographical Neighbors of Newtons

newsworthy
newswriter
newswriting
newswritings
newsy
newt
newth
newtlike
newton
newton-meter
newtonian
newtonian aberration
newtonian flow
newtonian fluid
newtonian viscosity
newtons (current term)
newts
newvamp
newwaver
newwavers
nex
nexible
nexin
next
next-door
next-to-last
next door
next friend
next generation
next of kin

Literary usage of Newtons

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers by Henry David Thoreau (1873)
"Let not us sailors of late centuries take upon ourselves any airs on account of our newtons and our Cu- viers; we deserve an extra allowance of grog only. ..."

2. Lehrbuch Der Experimental-physik by Adolph Wüllner (1899)
"Der Erste, dem diese Thatsache auffiel, war Boyle (1603), und Hooke, der Zeitgenosse und Rivale newtons, machte sie zum Gegenstande einer genauem ..."

3. Anecdotes of the Life of Richard Watson, Bishop of Landaff by Richard Watson (1818)
"They will be followed by future newtons and by future Lockes, who will rebuild, with more than mortal strength and beauty, the altars which the others have ..."

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