Definition of Ondines

1. ondine [n] - See also: ondine



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ondines

oncosts
oncosuppressive
oncotherapy
oncotic
oncotic pressure
oncotomay
oncotomy
oncotropic
oncovin
oncovirus
oncoviruses
oncus
ondansetron
ondatras
onde
ondines (current term)
onding
ondings
ondogram
ondograms
ondulatory
one
one's
one's bark is worse than one's bite
one's blood runs cold
one's days are numbered
one's got to do what one's got to do
one's heart is in the right place
one's jig is up
one's marbles

Literary usage of Ondines

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1. Poems by Edward Robert Bulwer Lytton Lytton (1866)
"THE sylphs and ondines, And the sea-kings and queens, Long ago, long ago, on the waves built a city, As lovely as seems To some bard, in his dreams, ..."

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