Definition of Extincted

1. extinct [v] - See also: extinct



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Extincted

extillation
extillations
extilled
extilling
extills
extimulate
extimulated
extimulates
extimulating
extimulation
extinct
extinct language
extinct languages
extinct volcano
extinct volcanoes
extincted (current term)
extincting
extinction
extinction angle
extinction coefficient
extinction factor
extinction oblique
extinction parallel
extinction symmetrical
extinctionism
extinctionist
extinctionists
extinctions
extinctive
extincts

Literary usage of Extincted

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1. The Doctor and Student: Or, Dialogues Between a Doctor of Divinity and a by Christopher Saint German, William Muchall (1874)
"... whether is the right of a stranger* extincted thereby in conscience, as it is in the law? Doct. Upon what consideration was that statute made? Stud. ..."

2. Knick Knacksby Herbert Leonard Coggins, Clare Victor Dwiggins by Herbert Leonard Coggins, Clare Victor Dwiggins (1906)
"The cat extincted him." DOMESTIC ECONOMY The mother of a little girl named Marjorie had became greatly interested in domestic economy. ..."

3. The Boke Named The Gouernour by Thomas Elyot (1883)
"Nowe ah lasse howe is this doctrine to praye obscured and extincted utterly, with praying to the dead withe a false faithe, ..."

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