Definition of Stactes

1. stacte [n] - See also: stacte



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stactes

stacket
stackets
stackframe
stackframes
stacking
stackings
stackless
stacks
stackstand
stackstands
stackup
stackups
stackyard
stackyards
stacte
stactes (current term)
stactometer
stadda
staddas
staddle
staddle stone
staddle stones
staddled
staddles
staddling
stade
stades
stadia
stadial
stadials

Literary usage of Stactes

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

1. The Christian Remembrancer by William Scott, Francis Garden, James Bowling Mozley (1822)
"... (the margin has (rinne,) "'and of hony, & of the liquor of the tree of S to rax, and of stactes the liquor of ..."

2. Public Health Papers and Reports by American Public Health Association (1905)
"We in the laboratory often tend to impatience because of statutory and other ob- stactes to the extending and the accepting of the truths as they are ..."

3. Editions of the Bible and Parts Thereof in English, from the Year MDV. to by Henry Cotton (1852)
"Some specimens of Ty n- " Storax, and of stactes the liquor of dale's translations, both from the Old " myrrh tree, ..."

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