Definition of Stichs

1. Noun. (plural of stich) ¹



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Definition of Stichs

1. stich [n] - See also: stich

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stichs

sticheron
stichic
stichidia
stichidium
stichoi
stichomancy
stichometrical
stichometries
stichometry
stichomythia
stichomythias
stichomythic
stichomythies
stichomythy
stichos
stichs (current term)
stichtite
stick
stick-and-carrot
stick-fighting
stick-in-the-mud
stick-in-the-mud(p)
stick-in-the-muds
stick-on
stick-tight
stick-tights
stick-to-it-iveness
stick-to-itiveness
stick 'em up
stick a fork

Literary usage of Stichs

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1. The Minor Theatre: Being a Collection of the Most Approved Farces, Operas (1794)
"... The Devil upon Two stichs. •f OOTE never wrote for the town in a happier moment than when he sat down to this admirable assemblage of whim, wit, ..."

2. The Revelation of Jesus Christ by John by Francis John Bodfield Hooper (1861)
"Parallelisms of stichs, consisting in the rhythmical arrangement of two or more adjoining stichs. In reference to these I may refer the reader to Stuart's ..."

3. The Revelation of Jesus Christ by John by Francis John Bodfield Hooper (1861)
"There is certainly ground for thinking, that in the songs and doxologies, if not throughout the book, the stichs have been so arranged, that two or three ..."

4. Songs of Modern Greece; with Introductions, Translations, and Notes. by George Frederick Abbott (1900)
"This estimate would apply to most of the following di- stichs, although I am bound to confess that in my collection I have not been guided by any ..."

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