Definition of Bioscope

1. Noun. A South African movie theater.




2. Noun. A kind of early movie projector.

Definition of Bioscope

1. n. A view of life; that which gives such a view.

Definition of Bioscope

1. Noun. An early form of movie projector ¹

2. Noun. (South Africa dated) A cinema or movie theatre. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Bioscope

1. an early movie projector [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bioscope

biosafety
biosafety level
biosafety level 1
biosafety level 2
biosafety level 3
biosafety level 4
biosatellite
biosatellites
bioscaffold
bioscaffolds
bioscience
biosciences
bioscientific
bioscientist
bioscientists
bioscope (current term)
bioscopes
bioscopies
bioscopy
biose
biosecurity
biosemantic
biosemantics
biosemiotics
biosensing
biosensor
biosensors
biosensory
bioseparation
biosequence

Literary usage of Bioscope

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1. The Americanization of the World, Or, The Trend of the Twentieth Century by William Thomas Stead (1902)
"There is no reason why the bioscope might not even be made a source of revenue. People pay to go and see living pictures in the music- hall, and there is no ..."

2. The American Journal of Insanity by New York (State). State Lunatic Asylum (1905)
"He saw people on the wall " working X-rays and the bioscope on me " and added,—" they have been doing this for two weeks and they have made my kidneys weak, ..."

3. Life of Lord Byron: With His Letters and Journals by George Gordon Byron Byron, Thomas Moore (1851)
"The ' bioscope ' contained a MS. copy of very excellent verses ', from l [In ... I do not know if he be the author of the ' bioscope' which accompanied them ..."

4. The Confessions of Lord Byron: A Collection of His Private Opinions of Men by W. A. Lewis Bettany, Baron George Gordon Byron Byron (1905)
"The books were presents of a convertible kind also,—Christian Knowledge and the bioscope, a religious Dial of Life explained:—to the author of the former ..."

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