Definition of Conines

1. conine [n] - See also: conine



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Conines

conifers
coniferyl-alcohol oxidase
coniferyl alcohol
coniferyl alcohol dehydrogenase
conifold
conifolds
coniform
coniine
coniine hydrobromide
coniines
conima
conimas
conimene
conin
conine
conines (current term)
coning
conins
coniofibrosis
coniolymphstasis
coniometer
coniophage
conioses
coniosis
coniotomy
conirostral
conisation
conisor
conisors
conistra

Literary usage of Conines

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1. Publications by Surrey Parish Register Society (1904)
"29 Will'm s. of Will'm conines and Joane his wief. May 13 Margret d. of Thomas Stedman and Elizabeth his wief. „ 13 Valentine and William, sons of Jeams ..."

2. The History of England by David Hume, Tobias George Smollett (1825)
"... they soon after parted/ Lewis was anxious not only to gain the king's friend- h Comines, liv. 4. chap. 5. « Ibid. Hall, fol. 227. * conines, liv. ..."

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