Definition of Trajecting

1. traject [v] - See also: traject



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trajecting

traitorous
traitorously
traitorousness
traitors
traitory
traitour
traitourly
traitourous
traitourously
traitours
traitress
traitresses
traits
traject
trajected
trajecting (current term)
trajection
trajections
trajector
trajectories
trajectory
trajects
trake
trakes
tralatician
tralaticious
tralation
tralatition
tralatitions
tralatitious

Literary usage of Trajecting

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1. The Expositor edited by Samuel Cox, William Robertson Nicoll, James Moffatt (1891)
"It is no doubt urged that we may overcome the grammatical difficulty of trajecting the ov from the verb to its ..."

2. The Life and Death of King John by William Shakespeare (2001)
"... when she compared him to that dervis who possessed the power of trajecting his soul into the body of any individual that suited his purpose (p. 37). ..."

3. Shakespeare-characters; Chiefly Those Subordinate by Charles Cowden Clarke (1863)
"... Shakespeare when she compared him to that dervis who possessed the power of trajecting his soul into the body of any individual that suited his purpose. ..."

4. Annual Meeting of the American Institute of Instruction by American Institute of Instruction, Meeting (1845)
"These two forces,—on the one hand, the -mind trajecting itself forth, and seeking to do its will on whatever is external to itself,—and, on the other hand, ..."

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