Definition of Rheotomes

1. Noun. (plural of rheotome) ¹



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Definition of Rheotomes

1. rheotome [n] - See also: rheotome

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rheotomes

rheophores
rheophyte
rheophytes
rheoplethysmograph
rheoplethysmographs
rheoscope
rheoscopes
rheostasis
rheostat
rheostatic
rheostats
rheostosis
rheotaxes
rheotaxis
rheotome
rheotomes (current term)
rheotrope
rheotropes
rheotropic
rheotropism
rhestocythemia
rhesus
rhesus disease
rhesus factor
rhesus incompatibility
rhesus macaque
rhesus macaques
rhesus monkey
rhesus monkeys
rhesuses

Literary usage of Rheotomes

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1. Bell's Electric Speaking Telephone: Its Invention, Construction, Application by George Bartlett Prescott (1884)
"For the production of the interrupted currents universally employed in these experiments, it was customary to use rheotomes or circuit breakers, ..."

2. Bell's Electric Speaking Telephone: Its Invention, Construction, Application by George Bartlett Prescott (1884)
"... in this case the sound could be reinforced by the simultaneous passage of a continuous current The rheotomes generally employed gave no tones, ..."

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