Definition of Retardations

1. Noun. (plural of retardation) ¹



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Definition of Retardations

1. retardation [n] - See also: retardation

Lexicographical Neighbors of Retardations

retamas
retapamulin
retape
retaped
retapes
retaping
retard
retardance
retardant
retardants
retardate
retardates
retardation
retardation plate
retardational
retardations (current term)
retardative
retarded
retarded dentition
retarded depression
retardedly
retardedness
retardent
retarder
retarders
retarding
retarding force
retardive
retardment
retards

Literary usage of Retardations

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

1. Cumulative Harmony by William Johnston McCoy (1916)
"retardations are, in general, much less agreeable to the ear than are normal ... Among retardations, those that progress by a minor second to the note of ..."

2. Elements of Harmony by Stephen Albert Emery (1899)
"retardations resolving but a half step upward are more common and more agreeable than ... As the numerals required to indicate retardations and suspensions ..."

3. Harmony Simplified: A Simple and Systematic Exposition of the Principles of by Frank Hartson Shepard (1896)
"Among them may be mentioned Suspensions, Anticipations, retardations, Passing-Notes, Passing-Chords, Changing-Notes, Appoggiaturas, Organ-Points, ..."

4. Harvard Psychological Studies by Harvard Psychological Laboratory (1913)
"The most striking feature is the large proportion of retardations which occur during or immediately after the sounding of the second tone. TABLE NO. ..."

5. Principles of Secondary Education by Paul Monroe (1914)
"1 Higher retardations as a School Problem. — The problem set for our school system by the existence of these higher grades of mental retardation is clear ..."

6. Principles of Secondary Education by Paul Monroe (1914)
"... retardations as a School Problem. — The problem set for our school system by the existence of these higher grades of mental retardation is clear enough ..."

7. Principles of Secondary Education by Paul Monroe (1914)
"1 Higher retardations as a School Problem. — The problem set for our school system by the existence of these higher grades of mental retardation is clear ..."

8. Cams, Elementary and Advanced by Franklin De Ronde Furman (1921)
"... and retardations which cause the most trouble at high speeds, also to learn the rates of sliding at J and K, and then to balance these against the ..."

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