Definition of Lucigens

1. lucigen [n] - See also: lucigen



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lucigens

lucifer
luciferase
luciferases
luciferin
luciferins
luciferous
luciferously
lucifers
luciferyl adenylate
lucific
luciform
lucifugal
lucifugous
lucigen
lucigenin
lucigens (current term)
lucimeter
lucimeters
lucimycin
lucinid
lucinids
lucipetal
lucites
luck
luck in
luck into
luck it
luck out
luck through
luckdragon

Literary usage of Lucigens

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1. Submarine Mines and Torpedoes: As Applied to Harbour Defence by John Townsend Bucknill (1889)
"Probably the best way to use the lucigens for illuminating harbour entrances will be to fit them on small steam pinnaces, each so built that the boat cannot ..."

2. Chamber's Encyclopaedia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge (1892)
"From each ton of coal used in iron-smelting are obtained, of oil used for lucigens for burning, 64 Ib. ; pitch, 84 Ib.; sulphate of ammonia, ..."

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