Definition of Rostrums

1. Noun. (plural of rostrum) ¹



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Definition of Rostrums

1. rostrum [n] - See also: rostrum

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rostrums

rostralis
rostrally
rostrate
rostrated
rostrifera
rostriform
rostrodorsal
rostrula
rostrulum
rostrum
rostrum corporis callosi
rostrum of corpus callosum
rostrum of the sphenoid bone
rostrum sphenoidale
rostrums (current term)
rosts
rosula
rosulas
rosulate
rosuvastatin
rosy
rosy-cheeked
rosy-lipped batfish
rosy boa
rosy tern
rosy terns
rosying
rosé wine
rosé wines

Literary usage of Rostrums

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1. Sketches of India by Moyle Sherer, Officer for fire-side travellers at-home (1824)
"Next, in an open space, were two small rostrums for the disputants, and chairs for the professors ; the room behind these, and fronting the marquis, ..."

2. Documents Accompanying the Journal by Michigan Legislature. Senate (1879)
"7996 62 Painting columns on rostrums in legislative halls 123 99 Extra electrician work 238 10 Extra work for ventilation 803 63 STEAM HEATING AND ..."

3. Geologisches Zentralblatt (1908)
"... von Dames beschriebene vordere Teil des rostrums und der als ... benannte hintere Teil des rostrums zusammen zu ein und derselben Spezies gehören. ..."

4. Four Years Aboard the Whaleship: Embracing Cruises in the Pacific, Atlantic by William B. Whitecar (1864)
"As I before said, there were two rostrums erected, on each of which an auctioneer ... The slaves were gathered and arranged in groups close by the rostrums. ..."

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