Definition of Lacheses
1. laches [n] - See also: laches
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lacheses
Literary usage of Lacheses
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Annual Report of the New York Zoological Society by New York Zoological Society (1903)
"This characteristic has been observed in the Copperhead Snake (Ancistrodon contortrix), the Water Moccasin (A. pisci- vorus), and the Fer-de-Lance (lacheses ..."
2. Myths in Medicine and Old-time Doctors by Alfred Charles Garratt (1884)
"... following still the same dogmatic school, employ medicines made of snakes,—not good fat ones, but the poisonous,—vipers (lacheses), the stings or tails ..."
3. Costa Rica by Nelles Verlag Staff, Klaus Boll, Ortrun Egelkraut, Detlev Kirst (1999)
"The venomous bushmaster (lacheses mutus) snake is also found here. The tree tops are full of quetzals, toucans, hummingbirds, parrots, ..."