Definition of Talcy

1. pertaining to talc [adj TALCIER, TALCIEST]



Talcy Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Talcy

talcier
talciest
talcing
talcked
talckier
talckiest
talcking
talcky
talcose
talcosis
talcous
talcs
talcum
talcum powder
talcums
talcy (current term)
tale
tale-bearer
tale-bearers
tale bearer
tale bearers
tale of the tape
talea
taleae
talebear
talebearer
talebearers
talebearing
talebearing(a)
talebearings

Literary usage of Talcy

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

1. Geology of Wisconsin: Survey of 1873-1879 by Wisconsin Chief Geologist (1880)
"Light grayish-green; foliated, talcy texture and warped schistose structure; slightly fibrous. Has a greasy feel, and is quite soft. ..."

2. A Natural History of Fossils by Emanuel Mendes da Costa (1757)
"... hardened talcy foap clays, wherein nature has blended the ... All the indurated talcy foap clays, ... peices it is the fibrous texture of the faid talcy ..."

3. Iron-bearing Rocks (economic) [of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan by Thomas Benton Brooks, Michigan Geological Survey (1873)
"or into a talcy Quartz-Schist (No. 150); and sometimes, by an intermixture ... or talcy Chloritic Gneiss, in considerable beds ; but this is merely a local ..."

4. Upper Peninsula 1869-1873: Accompanied by an Atlas of Maps by Michigan Geological Survey (1873)
"74), or of Jasper and Talc (near E. Section line in SE ^ of NE ^ of Section 23, T. 47, R. 26): sometimes passing into a talcy ..."

5. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society Held at Philadelphia for by American Philosophical Society (1877)
"Dark gray, argillaceous shale with talcy lustre 89' 147. Dark greenish-gray shale, with talcy ... Soft, yellowish gray shale of a talcy lustre 1'6" 135. ..."

6. Gaspard de Coligny: Admiral of France by Arthur Whiston Whitehead (1904)
"But Catherine agreed to both proposals, and the Prince accompanied her on the 29th, under the promise, however, of returning with her to talcy. ..."

7. Gaspard de Coligny: Admiral of France by Arthur Whiston Whitehead (1904)
"But Catherine agreed to both proposals, and the Prince accompanied her on the 29th, under the promise, however, of returning with her to talcy. ..."

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