Definition of Petuntses

1. petuntse [n] - See also: petuntse



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Petuntses

petty whin
pettychaps
pettyfogger
pettyfoggers
pettywhin
petulance
petulances
petulancies
petulancy
petulant
petulantly
petulcity
petunia
petunias
petuntse
petuntses (current term)
petuntze
petuntzes
petzite
petzites
peuce
peucedanin
peuces
peucil
peutz-jeghers syndrome
pew
pewee
pewees
pewet
pewfellow

Literary usage of Petuntses

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1. The Cornhill Magazine by George Smith (1898)
"... pure Kaolins and petuntses mixt. And his political views thus : Here Time's huge fingers grasp his giant mace And dash proud Superstition from her base, ..."

2. The London Encyclopaedia, Or, Universal Dictionary of Science, Art by Thomas Tegg (1829)
"Woodward, Grind with strong arm the circling cherts betwixt, Your pore kaolins and petuntses mixed. Darwin. ..."

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