Definition of Noctambulists

1. Noun. (plural of noctambulist) ¹



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Definition of Noctambulists

1. noctambulist [n] - See also: noctambulist

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Noctambulists

nociperception
nock
nocked
nocket
nockets
nocking
nocks
nocodazole
nocosomial
noct-
noctalbuminuria
noctambulation
noctambulations
noctambulism
noctambulist
noctambulists (current term)
noctambulo
noctambuloes
noctidial
noctiferous
noctilio
noctilionid
noctilionids
noctilios
noctilucas
noctilucent
noctilucin
noctilucine
noctilucous
noctious

Literary usage of Noctambulists

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

1. Medicolegal Aspects of Moral Offenses by Léon Henri Thoinot, Arthur Wisswald Weysse (1911)
"noctambulists consist especially of children and young women. ... And, in fact, if rapes on noctambulists are not common, there is at least one case; ..."

2. The Great Streets of the World by Richard Harding Davis, Andrew Lang, Francisque Sarcey, William Wetmore Story, Henry James, Paul Lindau, Isabel Florence Hapgood (1892)
"There are still noctambulists in Paris, but they are becoming rarer and rarer. At three o'clock the boulevard is at rest. It is almost deserted; ..."

3. Belgravia by Mary Elizabeth Braddon (1869)
"... English reviewers has observed, some noctambulists have pushed this principle so far, that during the ..."

4. The Book Lover: A Magazine of Book Lore (1900)
"... quays you catch the titles of books that never should be read—never should have been written ; they are displayed for the noctambulists, night-errants; ..."

5. Institutes of the Laws of Holland by Joannes van der Linden, Jabez Henry (1828)
"Ai ,• , • voluntary commission of the act in question, therefore no acts done by persons in their sleep, or noctambulists, are subject to punishment/" SECT. ..."

6. Alterations of Personality by Alfred Binet (1896)
"These noctambulists are two persons. The person who rises in the night is entirely distinct from the one who is awake during the day, since the latter has ..."

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