Definition of Opuses

1. Noun. (plural of opus) ¹



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Definition of Opuses

1. opus [n] - See also: opus

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Opuses

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

Literary usage of Opuses

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1. Masters in Music by Daniel Gregory Mason (1905)
"Two concertos for pianoforte, opuses and 83; one for violin, opus 77; and one double concerto for violin and violoncello, opus 102. V. CHAMBER-MUSIC. ..."

2. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1855)
"... taking with him all the little opuses, who arc only too happy to share their respectable parent's beer, — and we have a full length picture of the happy ..."

3. The American Historical Review by American historical association (1896)
"The Secretary of die Treasury pi opuses to obtain from Congress legislation authorizing him to get rid of a large part of die documents o ..."

4. The History of England from the Accession of James the Second by Thomas Babington Macaulay Macaulay, Hannah More Macauley Tevelyan (1861)
"opuses the Triennial Hill. 102. Bribed 1.v UM East India Company. 127. Hie influence over hi.« p-irty partially lost, 137. ..."

5. The Romantic Composers by Daniel Gregory Mason (1906)
"... because more ambitious, Sonatas, opuses n, 14, and 22, and the more mature "Symphonic Etudes," " Kinderscenen," "Phantasie," and "Novelettes. ..."

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