Definition of Stylitisms

1. stylitism [n] - See also: stylitism



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stylitisms

stylish
stylishly
stylishness
stylishnesses
stylising
stylism
stylist
stylistic
stylistically
stylistics
stylists
stylite
stylites
stylitic
stylitism
stylitisms (current term)
stylization
stylizations
stylize
stylized
stylizer
stylizers
stylizes
stylizing
styll
stylo
stylo-
stylobata
stylobate
stylobates

Literary usage of Stylitisms

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1. History of Friedrich the Second: Called Frederick the Great by Thomas Carlyle (1897)
"The resuscitation of old liturgies fallen dead ; much more, the manufacture of new liturgies that will never be alive : how hopeless I stylitisms, ..."

2. Past and Present by Thomas Carlyle (1870)
"The resuscitation of old liturgies fallen dead; much more, the manufacture of new liturgies that will never be alive: how hopeless! stylitisms, eremite ..."

3. Past and Present: Chartism. New Ed., Complete in One Volume by Thomas Carlyle (1848)
"The resuscitation of old liturgies fallen dead ; much more, the manufacture of new liturgies that will never be alive : how hopeless ! stylitisms, eremite ..."

4. The Works of Thomas Carlyle: (complete). by Thomas Carlyle (1897)
"The resuscitation of old liturgies fallen dead; much more, the manufacture of new liturgies that will never be alive: how hopeless I stylitisms, ..."

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