Definition of Trochuses

1. trochus [n] - See also: trochus



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trochuses

trochoblasts
trochocardia
trochoid
trochoid articulation
trochoid joint
trochoidal
trochoids
trochometer
trochometers
trochophore
trochophores
trochorizocardia
trochosphere
trochospheres
trochus
trochuses (current term)
trock
trocked
trocken
trocking
trocks
troctolite
troctolites
troctolitic
trod
trod water
trodded
trodden
trodden water
trodding

Literary usage of Trochuses

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Preparation and Mounting of Microscopic Objects by Thomas Davies (1881)
"... the long ribbon, coiled up like a watch-spring, cannot fail to be found. coil is also seen to hang from its hinder extremity " In the trochuses, ..."

2. Ladies' Manual of Art: Or, Profit and Pastime : a Self Teacher in All by Donohue, M.A. & Company, Chicago (1890)
"Various turbos and trochuses are also deprived of their epidermis and polished with files, sand-paper, pumice-stone, etc., till the pearly appearance is ..."

3. The Scientific Tourist Through England, Wales & Scotlandby Thomas Walford by Thomas Walford (1818)
"... cannot be all the-shells that- are found upon the Scarborough coast: I have never been upon a sandy beach where turbos and trochuses were not found. ..."

4. Lancashire: Brief Historical and Descriptive Notes by Leo Hartley Grindon (1892)
"... that seem scattered rose-petals; and towards Fleetwood pearly trochuses, dappled with lilac. A more delicious seaside walk for those who love the sound ..."

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