Definition of Orlons

1. orlon [n] - See also: orlon



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Orlons

orizaba jalap root
ork
ork pop
orkish
orl
orl flies
orl fly
orlandiite
orlay
orle
orleanses
orles
orling
orlings
orlistat
orlons (current term)
orlop
orlop deck
orlops
orlymanite
ormer
ormering
ormers
ormolu
ormolus
orn
ornament
ornamental
ornamentalism
ornamentalist

Literary usage of Orlons

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1. Lawyers' Reports Annotated by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company (1902)
"... •orlons character, by which la good conscience he ought to be bound, and there is nothing In the liability on an account stated to take that out of the ..."

2. The Prophecies of Isaiah by Thomas Kelly Cheyne (1884)
"The orlons the ninth month, connecting it with the zodiacal sign Sagittarius. But MA Stern's argument still seems to me a valid defence of the above view.1 ..."

3. Select orations of Cicero: (Allen & Greenough's edition) by Marcus Tullius Cicero, James Bradstreet Greenough, George Lyman Kittredge (1896)
"M. and F., a companion, a comrade, a crony, a boon companion. sol, sous, [?], M., the sun. — See also orlons ..."

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