Definition of Interarches

1. interarch [v] - See also: interarch



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Interarches

interamnian
interanimate
interanimated
interanimates
interanimating
interanimation
interanimations
interannual
interannually
interannular
interannular segment
interarboration
interarch
interarch distance
interarched
interarches (current term)
interarching
interarm
interarrival
interarrivals
interarticular
interarticular fibrocartilage
interarticular joints
interarytenoid
interarytenoid notch
interasteric
interastrocytic
interatom
interatomic
interatomically

Literary usage of Interarches

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1. History of Architecture: From the Earliest Times; Its Present Condition in by Louisa Caroline Tuthill (1848)
"An arch having five interarches or foils. Circumference. The boundary line of circular bodies. Circus. A large ovate building for the ..."

2. India's Women (1886)
"The sheet was suspended in one of the interarches of the verandah. The Christian women and ourselves sat in the verandah on one side, and on the other side, ..."

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