Definition of Territs
1. territ [n] - See also: territ
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Territs
Literary usage of Territs
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Repertory of Patent Inventions: And Other Discoveries and Improvements (1819)
"... which Principle of Spring is intended also to be applied to Harness Buckles, territs, Hooks, Harness and Spring Swivels. Dated February 16, 1818. ..."
2. A Practical Dictionary of the English and German Languages by Felix Flügel (1874)
"... Suction - hose, Sulpho - in composition , * Super- electoral, Supply-pipe, Swedish acid, Sycee silver , Tally - ho , Tatties, Terminus, territs, ..."
3. An Old Coachman's Chatter with Some Practical Remarks on Driving by Edward Corbett (1890)
"territs ; but the reins, taking a turn from the wheel pad territs up to the coachman's hand, have a tendency to work those pads forward. ..."
4. Caesar's Gallic war: (Allen and Greenough's edition) by Julius Caesar, James Bradstreet Greenough, Benjamin Leonard D'Ooge, Moses Grant Daniell (1904)
"2. va,frighten, alarm, frighten off, deter. territo, -are, no perf. or pp, [territS-], 1. va, frighten: metu (alarm ..."
5. Handley Cross by Robert Smith Surtees (1903)
"Love me, love my 'oss," continued he, adjusting the reins in the territs, and preparing to lead round. ..."