Definition of Tracts

1. Noun. (plural of tract) ¹



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Definition of Tracts

1. tract [n] - See also: tract

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tracts

tractorable
tractoration
tractored out
tractories
tractoring out
tractorless
tractorlike
tractors
tractors out
tractory
tractotomy
tractrices
tractricoid
tractricoids
tractrix
tracts (current term)
tractus
tractus cerebellorubralis
tractus cerebellothalamicus
tractus corticobulbaris
tractus corticopontini
tractus corticospinalis
tractus corticospinalis anterior
tractus corticospinalis lateralis
tractus descendens nervi trigemini
tractus dorsolateralis
tractus fastigiobulbaris
tractus habenulopeduncularis

Literary usage of Tracts

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1. Annual Report by American Tract Society (1834)
"Two Ends and two Ways, This Evangelical Society has 56 tracts; ... Of 18 new tracts printed in 1830, six were from stereotype plates presented by the Tract ..."

2. Annual Report by American Tract Society (1843)
"To this they made no objection; when I produced u packet of tracts, laid them upon the table, and began to distribute to each. I expected an explosion of ..."

3. A Text-book of Physiology for Medical Students and Physicians by William Henry Howell (1911)
"The tracts may be divided also into long and short (or segmental) tracts. The latter group comprises those tracts or fibers which have only a short course ..."

4. Sales of Sensitive Military Property to the Publicby Gregory D. Kutz by Gregory D. Kutz (2008)
"Census Tract Census tracts are small, relatively permanent statistical ... Census tracts are delineated for all metropolitan areas (MA's) and other densely ..."

5. South Eastern Reporter by West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, West Publishing Company, South Carolina Supreme Court (1905)
"small tracts which had been sold to those settlers were also excepted from this contract. Silas R. Devine by deed April 12, 1889, conveyed to the trustees, ..."

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