Definition of Twires
1. twire [v] - See also: twire
Lexicographical Neighbors of Twires
twires (current term)
Literary usage of Twires
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Library of Choice Literature and Encyclopaedia of Universal Authorship by Ainsworth Rand Spofford, Charles Gibbon (1893)
"... twires his beard, &c. STUDY : A CURB FOB MELANCHOLY. Amongst exercises or recreations of the mind within-doors, there is none so general, so aptly to be ..."
2. The Works of John Locke by John Locke (1823)
"To know when to make this addition of new twires and in what quantity, so as to keep an even thread all along, is the great skill of these winders; ..."
3. Reports and Notes of Cases on Letters Patent for Inventions [1601-1843] by Thomas Webster, Great Britain Courts (1844)
"Therefore it is not a good subject of patent unless those twires are added to the apparatus as described in 'ins specification; and on that ground it would ..."
4. A Treatise on the Substantive Law Relating to Letters Patent for Inventions by Henry Lund (1851)
"Therefore it is not a good subject of patent unless those twires are added to the apparatus, as described in this specification ; and on that ground, ..."
5. Decisions on the Law of Patents for Inventions Rendered by [English Courts by United States Supreme Court, Benjamin Vaughan Abbott, Woodbury Lowery (1887)
"Now, if that should be your opinion, another objection to the specification is open—it omits to make all mention of water twires or other protection ..."