Definition of Tridarns

1. tridarn [n] - See also: tridarn



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tridarns

tricyclic antidepressant
tricyclic antidepressant drug
tricyclics
tricycling
tricyclist
tricyclists
tricyclo
tricyclon
tridacnas
tridactyl
tridactyl tridactyle
tridactylous
tridactyly
tridarn
tridarns (current term)
triddler
tride
tridecagon
tridecagonal
tridecagons
tridecamer
tridecameric
tridecamers
tridecane
tridecanes
tridecanoic
tridecanoic acid
tridecaphobia
tridecatoic

Literary usage of Tridarns

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1. Gallant Little Wales: Sketches of Its People, Places and Customs by Jeannette Augustus Marks (1912)
"... whose aroma was everywhere on the soft air, of dressers and tridarns, brave with countless ornaments, of a grandfather's clock whose wise old face shone ..."

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