Definition of Alcaics

1. Noun. (plural of alcaic) ¹



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Definition of Alcaics

1. alcaic [n] - See also: alcaic

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Alcaics

albums
alburn
alburnous
alburnum
alburnums
albuterol
albuterols
albutoin
alc
alcade
alcades
alcaftadine
alcahest
alcahests
alcaic
alcaics (current term)
alcaid
alcaide
alcaides
alcaids
alcalde
alcaldes
alcalescent
alcaligenes
alcalimeter
alcalimeters
alcanna
alcapton
alcarraza

Literary usage of Alcaics

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1. Orthometry: A Treatise on the Art of Versification and the Technicalities of by Robert Frederick Brewer (1893)
"alcaics. Repeated and followed by Canning. O might | y mouth'd | in | ventor of | harmonies, O skilled \ to sing | of | Time or E ..."

2. English Poems by Harry Gilbert Paul (1908)
"55 MILTON (alcaics) O MIGHTY-MOUTH'D inventor of harmonies, O skill'd to sing of Time or Eternity, God-gifted organ-voice of England, Milton, ..."

3. Poets on Poets by Jane Maria Grant Strachey (1894)
"... A million wrinkles carved upon his skin ; A hundred winters snow'd upon his breast, From cheek and throat and chin. alcaics. [1863 Milton. ..."

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