Definition of Trajects
1. traject [v] - See also: traject
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trajects
Literary usage of Trajects
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Algebra of Coplanar Vectors and Trigonometry by Robert Baldwin Hayward (1892)
"It is then obvious that 3 3 îi u for OP and OPy OPl and OP2, OPt and OPW the trajects or sines of the inclinations are equal : also that for the same three ..."
2. The Writings of Thomas Jefferson by Thomas Jefferson (1904)
"... it is not difficult to suppose that the subsequent trajects may have been sometimes passed. Again, the late discoveries of Captain Cook, coasting from ..."
3. Daphnis & Chloe by Longus, John Maxwell Edmonds, Parthenius, Stephen Gaselee (1916)
"... the trajects or the narrow seas sworn over by oxen. 31. And thus poor Daphnis was preserved, escaping beyond hope two dangers at once, shipwrack and ..."
4. Letters & Journals of Lord Byron: With Notices of His Life by George Gordon Byron Byron, Thomas Moore (1833)
"Mestri and Fusina are the " trajects, or common ' ferries," to Venice; but it was from Fusina that you ' and I embarked, though " the wicked necessity of ..."
5. Elizabethan Translations from the Italian by Mary Augusta Scott (1916)
"... Coryat (Crudities, 1611, i, 210) and Fynes Moryson (Itinerary, 1617, i, 77) also mention the thirteen ferries at Venice, called traghetti, or 'trajects. ..."