Definition of Nexuses

1. Noun. (plural of nexus) ¹



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Definition of Nexuses

1. nexus [n] - See also: nexus

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nexuses

next-to-last
next door
next friend
next generation
next of kin
next thing one knows
next to
next to nothing
next up
nextdoor
nextly
nextness
nextnesses
nexts
nexus
nexuses (current term)
ney
neyghbor
neyghbore
neyghbour
neyghboure
neyite
nez perces
nf-kappa b
ng
ng-nitroarginine methyl ester
ng/dl
ng/ml
ngaio
ngaios

Literary usage of Nexuses

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1. The Functions of the Brain by David Ferrier (1886)
"Organic nexuses thus become established between the centres of hearing and articulation, between those of sight and articulation, or between those of touch ..."

2. The Great Problems by Bernardino Varisco (1914)
"Everybody is a system, bound together and constituted by causal nexuses, external and internal. The difference between organised and unorganised bodies must ..."

3. The Constitution of Man: Considered in Relation to External Objects by George Combe (1847)
"And shall we suppose that God, who has ordered the separate trains of causes and effects, has not contemplated and designed their nexuses, except in those ..."

4. The Constitution of Man: In Relation to the Natural Laws by George Combe (1803)
"And shall we suppose that God, who has ordered the separate trains of causes and effects, has not contemplated and designed their nexuses, except in those ..."

5. Outlines of Logic and of Encyclopaedia of Philosophy: Dictated Portions of by Hermann Lotze (1887)
"In reality a multitude of different causal nexuses, which do not issue from one principle, constantly run on side by side. Now it is not probable that any ..."

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