Definition of Catalectics

1. catalectic [n] - See also: catalectic



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Catalectics

catafalco
catafalcoes
catafalque
catafalques
catagelophobia
catagen
catagenesis
cataglottis
catagmatic
catalanoite
catalase
catalases
catalatic
catalatic reaction
catalectic
catalectics (current term)
catalepses
catalepsies
catalepsis
catalepsy
cataleptic
cataleptically
cataleptics
cataleptoid
catalexes
catalexis
catalina coupon
catalina coupons
catallactics
catalo

Literary usage of Catalectics

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1. The Gentleman's Magazine (1855)
"I have seen a book quoted merely as “catalectics,” no author being mentioned, and wish to know its tendency. The nearest Greek source I can find for this ..."

2. Protection Versus Free Trade: The Scientific Validity and Economic Operation by Henry Martyn Hoyt (1885)
"... imposed on him by facts in foreign markets over which he has no control, and which are incapable of prevision by any laws of the game of " catalectics. ..."

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