Definition of Lucites

1. lucite [n] - See also: lucite



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lucites

lucifers
luciferyl adenylate
lucific
luciform
lucifugal
lucifugous
lucigen
lucigenin
lucigens
lucimeter
lucimeters
lucimycin
lucinid
lucinids
lucipetal
lucites (current term)
luck
luck in
luck into
luck it
luck out
luck through
luckdragon
luckdragons
lucked
lucked in
lucked out
lucken
luckenschadel
luckie

Literary usage of Lucites

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Hackoff.com: An Historic Murder Mystery Set in the Internet Bubble and Rubble by Tom Evslin (2006)
"Donna: When Larry and Dom and me did the last thing to stop the hostile, Dom gets this hacker to put radio things in these lucites so that we all keep each ..."

2. Shakespeare's Tragedy of Cymbeline by William Shakespeare, William James Rolfe (1887)
"[Exeunt lucites and Lords. Queen. He goes hence frowning; but it honours us That we have given him cause. Cloten. ' T is all the better; Your valiant ..."

3. The British History by Geoffrey, Aaron Thompson (1718)
"tain the Fight *, as lucites Tiberius did the Romans, and made them perform many memorable Exploits. ..."

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