Definition of Telescopies
1. telescopy [n] - See also: telescopy
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Telescopies
Literary usage of Telescopies
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Atkinson's Casket by Samuel Coate Atkinson (1833)
"a minute the crowd disperses; but the betters soon t again at the ropes which enclose the course. You a multitude of telescopies, ..."
2. A Dictionary of Biography: Comprising the Most Eminent Characters of All by Richard Alfred Davenport (1839)
"... he has legitimate claims to the invention of the thermometer, and the manner of dyeing scarlet, and to the improvement of telescopies and microscopes. ..."
3. Tube, Train, Tram, and Car: Or Up-to-date Locomotion by Arthur Henry Beavan (1903)
"... and unpleasantly associated with the " banging " in the old carriages, and the " clashing " of the telescopies in the Tubes. ..."
4. Principles of Natural Theology by Robert Anchor Thompson (1857)
"In the immense magnitudes of the telescopies in the minute perfections of the microscopic worlds, in the inconceivable durations of geological epochs, ..."