Definition of Diplons

1. diplon [n] - See also: diplon



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Diplons

diplomatic service
diplomatical
diplomatically
diplomatick
diplomatics
diplomatism
diplomatist
diplomatists
diplomats
diplomelituria
diplomonadida
diplomyelia
diplon
diplonema
diploneural
diplons (current term)
diplont
diplontic
diplonts
diplopagus
diplophase
diplophases
diplophyte
diplophytes
diplopia
diplopias
diplopic
diplopod
diplopoda
diplopodia

Literary usage of Diplons

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1. The Gentleman's Magazine (1807)
"... the Emperor—s-he - alt the Corps diplons-atique which had enemy mt.ift be driven beyond his own gas-sc to ..."

2. Washington and His Colleagues: A Chronicle of the Rise and Fall of Federalismby Henry Jones Ford by Henry Jones Ford (1918)
"... The seventh sequence carries on the story of government and diplons and political expansion from the Reconstruction (*876) tO the ..."

3. The Gardeners' Dictionary: Describing the Plants, Fruits and Vegetables edited by George William Johnson (1877)
"(From diplons, double, and *oma, a hair; referring to the two forms of the pappus, or seed appendages. ..."

4. Verhandlungen der zoologisch-botanischen Gesellschaft in Wien by Zoologisch-Botanischen Gesellschaft (1889)
"Die Larve, welche nicht wie andere diplons- Larven die Fähigkeit zu springen hat, lebt in der Zahl zwei oder ..."

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