Definition of Cimiers

1. cimier [n] - See also: cimier



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cimiers

cimbia
cimbias
cimelia
cimeliarch
cimeliarchs
cimeter
cimeters
cimetidine
cimetidines
cimex
cimices
cimicifuga
cimicifugas
cimicosis
cimier
cimiers (current term)
ciminite
ciminites
cimmerianism
cimmerianisms
cimmerianize
cimmerianized
cimmerianizes
cimmerianizing
cimolite
cimolites
cin-
cin recombinase
cinametography
cinamon

Literary usage of Cimiers

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1. Transactions by American Foundrymen's Society, American Foundrymen's Association (1903)
"When the outlets are very small it is not good policy to put many cinders into the cores as the more cimiers present in a core, the more CMS is generated. ..."

2. First Proofs of the Universal Catalogue of Books on Art: Compiled for the by National Art Library (Great Britain), Henry Cole, John Hungerford Pollen, Great Britain Dept. of Science and Art (1870)
"... sentences, paraboles, revers, médailles, armes, blasons, cimiers, chiffrée et rébus : avec un traicté des rencontrée ou mots ..."

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