Definition of Enunciations

1. Noun. (plural of enunciation) ¹



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Definition of Enunciations

1. enunciation [n] - See also: enunciation

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Enunciations

enumerates
enumerating
enumeration
enumerations
enumerative
enumerative definition
enumerator
enumerators
enums
enunciable
enunciate
enunciated
enunciates
enunciating
enunciation
enunciations (current term)
enunciator
enunciators
enunciatory
enure
enured
enures
enureses
enuresis
enuresises
enuretic
enuretics
enuring
env
env gene

Literary usage of Enunciations

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1. Elements of Quaternions by William Rowan Hamilton (1866)
"On some enunciations of the Associative Property, or Principle, ... And first we shall give a few geometrical enunciations of that associative principle, ..."

2. Lectures on Metaphysics and Logic by William Hamilton (1860)
"97 (includes negative). Convertible. III. — enunciations OP THE HIGHER LAWS OF SYLLOGISM. Law of Proportion. ..."

3. The Medico-chirurgical Review by James Johnson, Henry James Johnson (1827)
"Instances of this kind are recorded by many observers, and they teach us humility in our prognostic and diagnostic enunciations. 15. ..."

4. The Sánkhya Aphorisms of Kapila: With Illustrative Extracts from the by Kapila (1885)
"... 'Bondage does not arise from Ignorance,' [conjoined with Soul] .5 3 Read, instead of ' by a cluster,' &c., ' by enunciations.' Tide p. ..."

5. The Science of Mechanics: A Critical and Historical Exposition of Its Principles by Ernst Mach (1893)
"__ . . sufficient particularity, we may pass again under review the form and the disposition of the Newtonian enunciations. . Newton premises to his work ..."

6. Present Conflict of Science with the Christian Religion, Or, Modern by Herbert William Morris (1876)
"Let us listen to a few of his sublime enunciations. Without wealth, power, or prestige to support him, we hear him proclaim to the world with the calmness ..."

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