Definition of Trochuses
1. trochus [n] - See also: trochus
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trochuses
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 ..."