Definition of Apodoses

1. Noun. (plural of apodosis) ¹



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Definition of Apodoses

1. apodosis [n] - See also: apodosis

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Apodoses

apodictic
apodictical
apodictically
apodicticity
apodiform bird
apodioxis
apodixis
apodization
apodizations
apodize
apodized
apodizer
apodizers
apodizes
apodizing
apodoses (current term)
apodosis
apodotic
apodous
apods
apoenzyme
apoenzymes
apoferment
apoferments
apoferritin
apoferritins
apofocus
apogaeic
apogalactic

Literary usage of Apodoses

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1. Latin Composition for Secondary Schools by Benjamin Leonard D'Ooge (1905)
"Passive Subjunctive apodoses in Indirect Discourse. — § 589. //. 3; S69. a (337. t. 3; 288./); B. 270- 3 ! 321- 1i * i G. 248. N. 3 ; H. 647. 2 ; 619. ..."

2. Greek Grammar by William Watson Goodwin (1895)
"This corresponds to the Homeric use of the optative in unreal conditions and their apodoses (1398). In both constructions the present optative is commonly ..."

3. Latin Composition: To Accompany Greenough, D'Ooge, and Daniell's "Second by Benjamin Leonard D'Ooge (1904)
"Passive Subjunctive apodoses in Indirect Discourse. — § 589. 6. 3; 569- " (337- *• 3; 288./); B. 270. 3; 321. I, 2; G. 248. N. 3; H. 647. 2; 619. 2 (527. ..."

4. Demosthenis oratio in midiam by Demosthenis, Philipp Buttmann (1841)
"... nam nul la fere inter apodoses est oppositio, et longe aptius est in hoc sensu ... apodoses ..."

5. Classical Philology by University of Chicago press, JSTOR (Organization) (1917)
"It is interesting to note how Kroll meets the difficulty in dealing with these subjunctive apodoses. The apodosis, he says, is simply attracted to the mood ..."

6. Babylonian Horoscopes by Francesca ( Rochberg (1998)
"10), parallel omen apodoses in form as well as content. The tradition of celestial omens was many centuries old at the point when horoscopic astrology began ..."

7. The Theory of Conditional Sentences in Greek & Latin for the Use of Students by Richard Horton- Smith (1894)
"... leaves us with the apodoses only of those parts ; and the compound sentences assume respectively the forms given in the Text— "absque eo esset, ..."

8. Philological Studies: With English Illustrations by Josiah Willard Gibbs, Karl Ferdinand Becker (1857)
"... two apodoses. Even according to this nomenclature, however numerous the subordinate propositions may be, if there be only one protasis and one apodosis, ..."

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