Definition of Triatics

1. triatic [n] - See also: triatic



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Triatics

triarticulate
triaryl
triarylamine
triarylamines
triarylphosphine
triarylphosphines
trias
triathlete
triathletes
triathlon
triathlons
triatic
triatic stay
triatic stays
triatics (current term)
triatoma
triatome
triatomes
triatomic
triatominae
triatomine
triatomines
triaxial
triaxial reference system
triaxialities
triaxiality
triaxially
triaxials
triaxon

Literary usage of Triatics

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1. Artemus Ward (Charles Farrar Browne): A Biography and Bibliography by Don Carlos Seitz (1919)
"Her heel tackles were drawn tautly athwartship, but this did not in the least crowd her triatics and mizzen stays, or in any way interfere with the workings ..."

2. A Manual of Yacht and Boat Sailing by Dixon Kemp, Brooke Heckstall-Smith (1900)
"To obviate this trouble, double triatics have been tried, the lee one being always eased up ; but they were found to be a great nuisance, as there was still ..."

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