Definition of Cyclus

1. a series of poems [n -ES]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cyclus

cyclotrimerize
cyclotrimerized
cyclotrimethylenetrinitramine
cyclotriveratrylene
cyclotriveratrylenes
cyclotron
cyclotron frequency
cyclotron radius
cyclotron resonance
cyclotrons
cyclotropia
cyclovoltammetry
cycloxygenase
cycloxygenases
cyclozoonosis
cyclus (current term)
cycluses
cycrimine
cycrimine hydrochloride
cyder
cydere
cyderes
cyders
cydippid
cydippids
cydonin
cyen
cyence
cyens
cyeses

Literary usage of Cyclus

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1. The Kansas University Science Bulletin by University of Kansas (1902)
"... limestone* at Kansas City, Mo., associated with typical Coal Measure fossils, f Of especial interest is the discovery of the compound eye in cyclus. ..."

2. The Ancient Kalendar of the University of Oxford, from Documents of the by Christopher Wordsworth (1904)
"The earlier paper, published in 1635, was drawn up, as Mr. Madan suggests, like the cyclus or Encyclopedia, by T. Crossfield of Queen's. ..."

3. Theodore Leschetizky: An Intimate Study of the Man and the Musician by Angèle Potocka (1903)
"WHEN Rubinstein gave his cyclus at Vienna in 1894, a number of students had been unable to procure tickets, the house having been sold out long before the ..."

4. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann (1913)
"In the frescoes the professional water-colour painter is evident. As a water-colour painter he attained his greatest triumphs in the cyclus of the Seven ..."

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