Definition of Sirenic

1. pertaining to a sirenian [adj] - See also: sirenian



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sirenic

sirdars
sire
sired
siredon
siree
sirees
siren
siren call
siren song
siren songs
sirene
sirenian
sirenian mammal
sirenians
sirenic (current term)
sirenical
sireniform
sirenise
sirenised
sirenises
sirenize
sirenized
sirenizes
sirenizing
sirenlike
sirenomelic
sirens

Literary usage of Sirenic

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

1. Argentine Ornithology: A Descriptive Catalogue of the Birds of the Argentine by Philip Lutley Sclater, William Henry Hudson (1889)
"One has heard this yarn of a " sirenic cry " before, of other species, for it is a very common myth. That an Owl should now be fitted with the old melodious ..."

2. The Complete Works of John Ruskin by John Ruskin (1891)
"Which satyric dance and sirenic song, accomplished, both, with all the finish of science, and used in mimicry of every noble emotion towards God and man, ..."

3. Allen's Synonyms and Antonyms by Frederic Sturges Allen (1920)
"... mellifluent or mellifluous, musical, sweet, mellow, sirenic (flg.; rare), Orphic (flg.); spec, songful, rich, silvery, tunable. Antonyms: see DISCORDANT ..."

4. Fors Clavigera: Letters to the Workmen and Labourers of Great Britain by John Ruskin (1887)
"... sirenic, at'Ealing Cemetery, 83, 358. Threshing, note about, 61, 31, 32.* THUN, 30, 6, 10; 33, 19 ; 39, 71 ; road to the, 39, 61, 67 ; six farm servants ..."

5. Argentine Ornithology: A Descriptive Catalogue of the Birds of the Argentine by Philip Lutley Sclater, William Henry Hudson (1889)
"One has heard this yarn of a " sirenic cry " before, of other species, for it is a very common myth. That an Owl should now be fitted with the old melodious ..."

6. The Complete Works of John Ruskin by John Ruskin (1891)
"Which satyric dance and sirenic song, accomplished, both, with all the finish of science, and used in mimicry of every noble emotion towards God and man, ..."

7. Allen's Synonyms and Antonyms by Frederic Sturges Allen (1920)
"... mellifluent or mellifluous, musical, sweet, mellow, sirenic (flg.; rare), Orphic (flg.); spec, songful, rich, silvery, tunable. Antonyms: see DISCORDANT ..."

8. Fors Clavigera: Letters to the Workmen and Labourers of Great Britain by John Ruskin (1887)
"... sirenic, at'Ealing Cemetery, 83, 358. Threshing, note about, 61, 31, 32.* THUN, 30, 6, 10; 33, 19 ; 39, 71 ; road to the, 39, 61, 67 ; six farm servants ..."

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