Definition of Soroses

1. sorosis [n] - See also: sorosis



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Soroses

sororates
sororial
sororicidal
sororicide
sororicides
sororise
sororised
sororises
sororities
sorority
sororize
sororized
sororizes
sororizing
sorors
soroses (current term)
sorosilicate
sorosilicates
sorosis
sorosises
sorosite
sorostitute
sorostitutes
sorption
sorption detoxification
sorptions
sorptive
sorr
sorra
sorrance

Literary usage of Soroses

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1. History of Friedrich the Second: Called Frederick the Great by Thomas Carlyle (1885)
"... serez soroses (if you deceive us, you will be squelched) ! "* " He had been chosen for his rough tongue,'1 says Valori; our French Court being piqued at ..."

2. The Internal Secretions and the Nervous System by Maxime Laignel-Lavastine (1919)
"Dreams and Myths. $r.00. By Dr. Earl Abraham. 16. Poliomyelitis. $3.00. Dr. I. Wickmann 17. Freud's Theories of the If soroses. $2.00. ..."

3. The Catholic Record (1874)
"The young man or young woman who hears of these soroses, these communities, should at once avoid their members and defenders, and while each looks away to ..."

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