Definition of Pannicles
1. pannicle [n] - See also: pannicle
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pannicles
Literary usage of Pannicles
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Friends' Intelligencer by Friends Intelligencer Association (1858)
"It stands drouth far better than ludian corn, and will resist the effects of considerable frost without injury, after the pannicles appear, but not in its ..."
2. The Edinburgh Review by Sydney Smith (1856)
"Of the Vanda preserved for botanical purposes ' we had 360 ' pannicles, each composed of from six to twenty-one broad pale ' blue tesselated flowers, ..."
3. Vista (1921)
"CAINT fragrant pannicles of phlox, * Still in the moonlight gathering dew, I wonder if a spirit walks With me and bends o'er you? ..."
4. Veterinary Medicines by Finlay Dun (1911)
"The dried pannicles of pistillate flowers of ... consists of bundles, rolls, or clusters of pannicles of small reddish-brown flowers. ..."
5. The Dublin Journal of Medical Science (1889)
"And nowe in this lesson I shall speake but of Heire, Skinne, Fleshe, Veines, pannicles, and Bones, what profile they doo to man, euery of them in his kinde. ..."
6. Handbook of the Diagnosis and Treatment of Skin Diseases by Arthur Van Harlingen (1895)
"They grow in pannicles or compound racemes on the sides of the new shoots, and are chiefly ... The flowers are small and green, in axillary pannicles. ..."