Definition of Planishes

1. Verb. (third-person singular of planish) ¹



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Definition of Planishes

1. planish [v] - See also: planish

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Planishes

planimal
planimals
planimeter
planimeters
planimetric
planimetrically
planimetry
planing
planing machine
planipennia
planipetalous
planish
planished
planisher
planishers
planishes (current term)
planishing
planisphere
planispheres
planispheric
planithorax
planitia
planitias
plank
plank-bed
plank-sheer
plank-sheers
plank down
plank over
plank spanker

Literary usage of Planishes

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1. Shell-fish Industries by James Lawrence Kellogg (1910)
"planishes the supply. Up to a certain point, the more rapid the current, the greater will be the amount of available food. But one current bears more food ..."

2. Shell-fish Industries by James Lawrence Kellogg (1910)
"planishes the supply. Up to a certain point, the more rapid the current, the greater will be the amount of available food. But one current bears more food ..."

3. First Century of National Existence: The United States as They Were and are by James Thatcher Hodge (1875)
"The engraver cuts it to the size he requires, planishes it,and gives to it the dead smooth surface peculiar to engraving plates. ..."

4. Shell-fish Industries by James Lawrence Kellogg (1910)
"planishes the supply. Up to a certain point, the more rapid the current, the greater will be the amount of available food. But one current bears more food ..."

5. Shell-fish Industries by James Lawrence Kellogg (1910)
"planishes the supply. Up to a certain point, the more rapid the current, the greater will be the amount of available food. But one current bears more food ..."

6. First Century of National Existence: The United States as They Were and are by James Thatcher Hodge (1875)
"The engraver cuts it to the size he requires, planishes it,and gives to it the dead smooth surface peculiar to engraving plates. ..."

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