Definition of Solion

1. an electronic detecting and amplifying device [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Solion

soliloquies
soliloquise
soliloquised
soliloquises
soliloquising
soliloquist
soliloquists
soliloquize
soliloquized
soliloquizer
soliloquizers
soliloquizes
soliloquizing
soliloquy
soling
solion (current term)
solions
soliped
solipedous
solipeds
solipsism
solipsisms
solipsist
solipsistic
solipsistically
solipsists
soliquid
soliquids
solisequious
solitaire

Literary usage of Solion

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1. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1799)
"Musgrave quotes the passage as the production of a comic writer ; and Mr. Wakefield cites solion as its author. We recollect also, many years ago, ..."

2. Commentaries on American Law by James Kent (1860)
"... establishment of this Constitution between the states solion' ratifying the same. Done in Convention, by the unanimous consent of the states present, ..."

3. Principles of Contract: Being a Treatise on the General Principles by Frederick Pollock (1885)
"solion, 8 Ch. 118. See authorities collected in Dart, V. & P. 114 sqq. (A) The difference is purely theoretical ; for if it be an actual breach of contract ..."

4. Prince Bismarck: An Historical Biography by Charles Lowe (1885)
"The residue (1200000 marks) of the sum collected was unselfishly devoted by the Chancellor to the endowment of what is called the " solion- hausen ..."

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