Definition of Relicts

1. Noun. (plural of relict) ¹



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Definition of Relicts

1. relict [n] - See also: relict

Lexicographical Neighbors of Relicts

relicense
relicensed
relicenses
relicensing
relicensure
relicensures
relick
relicks
reliclike
relicly
relics
relict
relicted
reliction
relictions
relicts (current term)
relictual
relide
relie
relied
relief
relief agencies
relief agency
relief area
relief chamber
relief map
relief maps
relief pitcher
relief pitchers
relief printing

Literary usage of Relicts

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Face of the Earth: (Das Antlitz Der Erde) by Eduard Suess (1904)
"Jex relicts of the Sudetes. Relation of the Alpine system to its foreland. The earthquakes which are propagated from the northern border rf ti- Alps to the ..."

2. London: Being an Accurate History and Description of the British Metropolis by David Hughson (1807)
"... The church-yard contains the relicts of the eminent Dr. GOLDSMITH. The masters (or ministers) of the Temple, hold the living by patent from the crown; ..."

3. Bell's British Theatre: Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays by John Bell (1797)
"... with several letters to the same purpose, which I still preserve as valuable relicts. In one of those letters he suggested the chat-after of the Abbot; ..."

4. The Beauties of Scotland: Containing a Clear and Full Account of the by Robert Forsyth (1805)
"... h. tije preservation of these relicts of ancient royalty in a place now become a province of a great empire, could have served any valuable purpose, ..."

5. The Eastern Seas: Or, Voyages and Adventures in the Indian Archipelago, in by George Windsor Earl (1837)
"relicts of an Ancient People. —Oracular Jars. TH E island of Borneo bears the same relation to Eastern India, that the continent of America bears to Europe, ..."

6. The Eastern Seas: Or, Voyages and Adventures in the Indian Archipelago, in by George Windsor Earl (1837)
"relicts of an Ancient People. —Oracular Jars. THE island of Borneo bears the same relation to i Eastern India, that the continent of America bears to Europe ..."

7. Colonial Dames and Good Wives by Alice Morse Earle (1895)
"These consorts and relicts are now but shadows of the past: — their bones are dust, Their souls are with the saints, I trust. ..."

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