Definition of Opusculum

1. n. An opuscule.



Definition of Opusculum

1. an opuscule [n -LA] - See also: opuscule

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Opusculum

opulent
opulently
opulus
opuluses
opuntia
opuntias
opus
opus operatum
opus spicatum
opuscle
opuscles
opuscula
opuscular
opuscule
opuscules
opusculum (current term)
opuses
opv
opye
or
or-
or else
or so
or something
or what
or words to that effect
ora
ora serrata

Literary usage of Opusculum

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1. Descriptive Catalogue of Materials Relating to the History of Great Britain by Thomas Duffus Hardy (1865)
"The first charter of each sovereign, &c. has an illumination of the grantor prefixed, in Claud. B. vi. 617. opusculum de Origine Comitum ..."

2. Descriptive Catalogue of Materials Relating to the History of Great Britain by Thomas Duffus Hardy (1865)
"The first charter of each sovereign, &c. has an illumination of the grantor prefixed, in Claud. B. vi. 617. opusculum de Origino Comitum ..."

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