Definition of Japonicas

1. Noun. (plural of japonica) ¹



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Definition of Japonicas

1. japonica [n] - See also: japonica

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Japonicas

japed
japer
japeries
japers
japery
japes
japester
japesters
japeworthy
japing
japingly
japings
japonaiserie
japonaiseries
japonica
japonicas (current term)
japped
japping
japs
jar
jar-owl
jar-owls
jar against
jarandolite
jararaca
jararacas
jararaka
jararakas
jarbua terapon
jardiniere

Literary usage of Japonicas

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1. The Knickerbocker: Or, New-York Monthly Magazine by Charles Fenno Hoffman, Timothy Flint, Lewis Gaylord Clark, Kinahan Cornwallis, John Holmes Agnew (1860)
"I remember the beautiful roses in her head-dress, but visions come to me of stiff, cold japonicas laid round her pale face in the winter time. ..."

2. Men and Memories of San Francisco, in the "spring of '50" by Theodore Augustus Barry, Benjamin Adam Patten (1873)
"Now, japonicas, or any other cultivated flowers, were rather costly in those days; ... Some years later, when japonicas were more plentiful, but when, alas! ..."

3. The Unitarian edited by Jabez Thomas Sunderland, Brooke Herford, Frederick B. Mott (1892)
"Upon a crape-draped easel stood a large closed book made of white jonquils and japonicas, across which, in purple immortelles, appeared the word "Closed," ..."

4. Premium List of the South Carolina Institute: Incorporated in 1850, for the by South Carolina Institute (1870)
"For the best specimen Camelia japonicas, in six plants'. Silver. For the best collection Green House plants, in twenty For the best specimen Camelia ..."

5. New Mental Arithmetic, for Primary Departments by James Bates Thomson (1873)
"Floretta had a present of 5 bouquets, each having 12 japonicas : how many japonicas were there in all? 5. A butcher sold a leg of venison weighing n pounds, ..."

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