Definition of Allis

1. Noun. European shad.

Exact synonyms: Allice, Allice Shad, Allis Shad, Alosa Alosa
Generic synonyms: Shad



Definition of Allis

1. allice [n -ES] - See also: allice

Medical Definition of Allis

1. The European shad (Clupea vulgaris); allice shad. See Alose. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

Allis Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Allis

alligatorfish
alligatorid
alligatorids
alligatoring
alligatorlike
alligatoroids
alligators
alligators and crocodiles
allignment
allignments
alliin
alliinase
alliinases
alliins
allinase
allis (current term)
allis shad
allises
allision
allisions
alliteral
alliterate
alliterated
alliterates
alliterating
alliteration
alliterations
alliterative
alliteratively
alliterativeness

Literary usage of Allis

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1. Bulletin by Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey (1921)
"Of these, West allis is the largest, followed in order by South Milwaukee, ... TS West allis, immediately west of Milwaukee, is connected with it by various ..."

2. The Geography and Economic Development of Southeastern Wisconsin by Ray Hughes Whitbeck (1921)
"Of these, West allis is the largest, followed in order by South Milwaukee, ... WEST allis West allis, immediately west of Milwaukee, is connected with it by ..."

3. Life Sketches of Government Officers and Members of the Legislature of the (1868)
"AUGUSTUS GS allis. Mr. allis, who represents the First Assembly District of Onondaga county, was born in Cazenovia, Madison County, January 5, 1831. ..."

4. A Catalogue of the Names of the Early Puritan Settlers of the Colony of by Royal Ralph Hinman (1852)
"SAMUEL allis, of Somers, and others of Connecticut, were probably of the family of ... Two of this name have graduated at Yale College, and Samuel allis, ..."

5. Centrifugal Pumps: Their Design and Construction by Louis Centennial Loewenstein, Clarence Philip Crissey (1911)
"The allis-Chalmers Company of Milwaukee, Wis., have built centrifugal pumps ... One of the best known installations of allis-Chalmers high-pressure pumps is ..."

6. Steam Power Plant Engineering by George Frederick Gebhardt (1913)
"In the allis-Chalmers design, the larger piston is placed at the ... In the allis-Chalmers turbine the roots of the blades are dovetailed and fitted into a ..."

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