Definition of Esuriency

1. [n -CIES]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Esuriency

estuarine
estuary
estuate
estuated
estuates
estuating
estuation
estuations
estufa
estufas
esture
esu
esurience
esuriences
esuriencies
esuriency (current term)
esurient
esuriently
esurine
esylate
eszopiclone
et. al
et al
et al.
et alia
et aliae
et alibi
et alii
et alios
et cetera

Literary usage of Esuriency

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1. The Indicator and the Companion: A Miscellany for the Fields and Fire-side by Leigh Hunt (1835)
"His third era of esuriency takes place in the house of a Spanish gentleman ; and here he is worse off than ever. The reader wonders, as he ..."

2. The Pamphleteer by Abraham John Valpy (1828)
"Much may be hoped from the loquacity and esuriency of the Athenian rhetoricians, in spite of the long-winded ..."

3. Christianity and Modern Civilization: Being Some Chapters in European by William Samuel Lilly (1903)
"The eye speaks of nothing but dull esuriency. The whole face is prurient. The voice has lost the virile ring, and has become shrill, gibberish, baboon-like. ..."

4. The Indicator by Leigh Hunt (1822)
"His third era of esuriency takes place in the house of a Spanish gentleman ; and here he is worse off than. ever. The reader wonders, as he himself did, ..."

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