Definition of Reliables

1. Noun. (plural of reliable) ¹



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Definition of Reliables

1. reliable [n] - See also: reliable

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reliables

relevent
releves
relevé
relexification
relexifier
relexify
reliabilism
reliabilist
reliabilists
reliabilities
reliability
reliability coefficient
reliable
reliableness
reliablenesses
reliables (current term)
reliably
reliance
reliances
reliant
reliantly
relic
relicense
relicensed
relicenses
relicensing
relicensure
relicensures
relick
relicks

Literary usage of Reliables

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1. Nuclear Production Of Hydrogen: Second Information Exchange Meeting, Argonne by OECD Nuclear Energy Agency (2004)
"And among reliables, nuclear fission will be pre-eminent - at least during the first ... Now to the minor reliables. • Nuclear Fusion: The fundamental ..."

2. Famous Indian Chiefs: Their Battles, Treaties, Sieges, and Struggles with by Charles Haven Ladd Johnston (1909)
""The 'reliables' surrounded and harangued the camp and restored some degree of quiet. Word was sent to the Indians under Touch the Clouds, to bring Crazy ..."

3. Publishers Weekly by Publishers' Board of Trade (U.S.), Book Trade Association of Philadelphia, American Book Trade Union, Am. Book Trade Association, R.R. Bowker Company (1920)
"... for the night of pay day always means a night of torture, with even our most reliables roaringly drunk. It takes only a very little of this German wine. ..."

4. Energy Policies of IEA Countries by International Energy Agency (2004)
"Cas supply from Russia has been strong and reliables since the introduction of gas in 1974. Although Finland has no gas storage, owing to a lack of depleted ..."

5. The Analyst (1879)
"The foregoing experiments provo that carefully made hydrometers afford reliables indications of the specific gravities of liquids, no matter whether their ..."

6. Journal of the American Medical Association by American Medical Association (1890)
"Each would have its day ; recently the majority of the profession have about discarded all of them and confined themselves to the two "old reliables," ..."

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