Definition of Pernods

1. pernod [n] - See also: pernod



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pernods

pernicious anæmia
pernicious malaria
pernicious vomiting
perniciously
perniciousness
pernicity
pernicketiness
pernickety
pernio
perniones
pernios
pernioses
perniosis
pernoctation
pernoctations
pernods (current term)
pernor
pernors
pernot furnace
perns
pernt
pernts
pernyi moth
pero-
perofskite
perofskites

Literary usage of Pernods

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1. The New Poetry: An Anthology by Harriet Monroe, Alice Corbin Henderson (1917)
"... sounds of peace come through: The cook sings in the kitchen, The pink-foot ring-doves coo, And Julien brings the pernods That are bad for me and you. ..."

2. History of Worcester County, Massachusetts, Embracing a Comprehensive by Abijah Perkins Marvin (1879)
"pernods, 13. Petersham. 3, 24. Philip, King, 9, 12, 14-16. Phillips, Ivers, 86-7. Phillipston, 26. Pierce, Edwin, 131. ..."

3. A Treatise on Tuberculosis: The Constitutional Origin of Consumption and by Henry Ancell (1852)
"The production of Tuberculosis in the Fœtus at pernods of Utero- gestation subsequent to conception.—A pregnant woman may be subjected to a contagious ..."

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