Definition of Percoct

1. well-cooked [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Percoct

perchloroheteroaromatic
perchloromethane
perchromic
perchromic acid
perciform
perciformes
perciforms
percine
percing
percipience
percipiences
percipient
percipiently
percipients
perclose
percoct (current term)
percoid
percoid fish
percoidea
percoidean
percoids
percolate
percolated
percolates
percolating
percolation
percolation theories
percolation theory
percolations
percolative

Literary usage of Percoct

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1. The Works of George Meredith by George Meredith (1897)
"... the rule holds to abstain from any employment of the obvious, the percoct, and likewise, for your own sake, from the epitonic, the overstrained; ..."

2. The Pocket Edition of the Works of George Meredith: Originally Emilia in England by George Meredith (1897)
"... the rule holds to abstain from any employment of the obvious, the percoct, and likewise, for your own sake, from the epitonic, the overstrained; ..."

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