Definition of Roucous
1. roucou [n] - See also: roucou
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Roucous
roucous (current term)
rouge et noir
Literary usage of Roucous
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1818)
"... Guêpiers, and Cou- roucous ; by F. Levaillant. Thirty-three livraisons, 3 vols folio. PHILOSOPHY. Essays on the Proximate Mechanical Causes of the ..."
2. The Monthly Journal of Medicine (1855)
"According to that pathologist, the pavement epithelium of the roucous membrane of the ureters, the bladder, the lungs, ..."
3. The Practice of osteopathy: Designed for the Use of Practitioners and by Carl Philip McConnell (1899)
"These nerves form the pharyngeal plexus which sends fibres to the roucous membrane of the pharynx and soft palate as well îs to the muscles in the same ..."
4. A catalogue of the library collected by miss Richardson Currer at Eshton hall by Charles James Stewart, Richardson Currer, Frances Mary Richardson Currer (1833)
"... et des Cou- roucous. 3 vols. folio, coloured Plates. Paris, 1803-16. Lesson (RP), Histoire Naturelle des Oiseaux-Mouches. Royal 8vo. coloured Plates. ..."