Definition of Syrens

1. Noun. (plural of syren) ¹



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Definition of Syrens

1. syren [n] - See also: syren

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Syrens

syphilological
syphilologist
syphilologists
syphilology
syphilophobia
syphon
syphon the python
syphoned
syphoning
syphons
syphs
syping
syrah
syrahs
syren
syrens (current term)
syrette
syrettes
syringa
syringas
syringe
syringeal
syringed
syringelike
syringes
syringic acid
syringin
syringing
syringocoele
syringocoeles

Literary usage of Syrens

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1. The Parliamentary Debates by Great Britain Parliament (1905)
"Steam and Compressed Air syrens round the Coast of the United Kingdom. MAJOK JAMESON (Clare, W.) : To ask the Secretary to the Board of Trade whether any of ..."

2. The chronicle of England by John Capgrave, Francis Charles Hingeston (1864)
"These syrens sing so sweetly, that by their soft strains they lull to sleep those mariners who are not forewarned of their malice, then enter their vessels, ..."

3. An Exposition of the Mysteries; Or, Religious Dogmas and Customs of the by John Fellows (1835)
"The syrens. All Greece and Italy were by degrees filled with colonies "and customs ... This is then the origin of the syrens on the coast of Naples, ..."

4. A Collection of the Chronicles and Ancient Histories of Great Britain, Now by Jehan de Wavrin, William Hardy (1864)
"These syrens sing so sweetly, that by their soft strains they lull to sleep those mariners who are not forewarned of their malice, then enter their vessels, ..."

5. A Collection of the Chronicles and Ancient Histories of Great Britain, Now by Jehan de Wavrin, William Hardy, Edward L. C. P. Hardy (1864)
"These syrens sing so sweetly, that by their soft strains they lull to sleep those mariners who are not forewarned of their malice, then enter their vessels, ..."

6. Anthology of Modern Slavonic Literature in Prose and Verse by Paul Selver (1919)
"THE syrens. OCEAN, green ocean in its endless maze : The milky moon above in azure skies; From far away ... From the black rocks ascend the syrens' lays. ..."

7. The Parliamentary Debates by Great Britain Parliament (1905)
"Steam and Compressed Air syrens round the Coast of the United Kingdom. MAJOK JAMESON (Clare, W.) : To ask the Secretary to the Board of Trade whether any of ..."

8. The chronicle of England by John Capgrave, Francis Charles Hingeston (1864)
"These syrens sing so sweetly, that by their soft strains they lull to sleep those mariners who are not forewarned of their malice, then enter their vessels, ..."

9. An Exposition of the Mysteries; Or, Religious Dogmas and Customs of the by John Fellows (1835)
"The syrens. All Greece and Italy were by degrees filled with colonies "and customs ... This is then the origin of the syrens on the coast of Naples, ..."

10. A Collection of the Chronicles and Ancient Histories of Great Britain, Now by Jehan de Wavrin, William Hardy (1864)
"These syrens sing so sweetly, that by their soft strains they lull to sleep those mariners who are not forewarned of their malice, then enter their vessels, ..."

11. A Collection of the Chronicles and Ancient Histories of Great Britain, Now by Jehan de Wavrin, William Hardy, Edward L. C. P. Hardy (1864)
"These syrens sing so sweetly, that by their soft strains they lull to sleep those mariners who are not forewarned of their malice, then enter their vessels, ..."

12. Anthology of Modern Slavonic Literature in Prose and Verse by Paul Selver (1919)
"THE syrens. OCEAN, green ocean in its endless maze : The milky moon above in azure skies; From far away ... From the black rocks ascend the syrens' lays. ..."

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