Definition of Piscines
1. piscine [n] - See also: piscine
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Piscines
Literary usage of Piscines
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Medical Times and Gazette (1861)
"The piscines, or swimming-baths, form another therapeutical apparatus at Aix. In these baths the patient is, during an hour, under the united influence of a ..."
2. A Handbook for Travellers in France: Being a Guide to Normandy, Brittany by John Murray (Firm) (1854)
"Indeed so precious is the fluid, that the water from the bath-house is Baid to be turned into the piscines. The piscines are horrid vaulted dene below ..."
3. A Handbook for Travellers in France: Being a Guide to Normandy, Brittany by John Murray (Firm), John Murray (Firm, [Murray, John] publisher, London, John] publisher [Murray, London (1858)
"Indeed so precious is the fluid, th*t the water from the bath-house is paid to be turned into the piscines. The piscines are horrid vaulted dens below ..."
4. The Practitioner by Gale Group, ProQuest Information and Learning Company (1885)
"The two large piscines in the basement of the new establishment are completed and full of water, but as the cooling-room and baignoires are not quite ..."
5. A Treatise on the Artificial Propagation of Certain Kinds of Fish: With the by Theodatus Garlick (1857)
"In favoring the realization of such an enterprise, the state will have created in a few years, ponds much richer than the artificial piscines which were dug ..."