Definition of Modica

1. Noun. (plural of modicum) ¹



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Definition of Modica

1. modicum [n] - See also: modicum

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Modica

modes
modes of thought
modest proposal
modest proposals
modester
modestest
modesties
modestly
modestness
modesty panel
modesty panels
modi
modi operandi
modica (current term)
modicity
modicum
modicums
modifiabilities
modifiability
modifiable
modificable
modificand
modificands
modification
modification enzyme
modifications
modificative
modificatory

Literary usage of Modica

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1. Italy: Handbook for Travellers by Karl Baedeker (Firm) (1869)
"From Girgenti to Syracuse by Palma, Licata, Terranova, modica (Val d'Ispica) and Palazzolo. From Girgenti to Syracuse the traveller may select one of the ..."

2. Italy : Handbook for Travellers: Third Part, Southern Italy and Sicily, with by Karl Baedeker (Firm) (1893)
"1st Day: Palma, 13 M. (or Licata, 24 M.); 2nd: Ride to Licata (11 M.), and thence by railway to Terranova, 22'/2 M. (Vittoria 17 M. farther); 3rd: modica, ..."

3. Sicily, the New Winter Resort: An Encyclopaedia of Sicily by Douglas Brooke Wheelton Sladen (1907)
"THINGS OF modica jS modica, on the Syracuse-Licata line, a town of 60000 inhabitants, is very bleak in winter and very smelly in hot weather. ..."

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