Definition of Salamandrine

1. a. Of, pertaining to, or resembling, a salamander; enduring fire.



Definition of Salamandrine

1. Adjective. salamandroid ¹

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Definition of Salamandrine

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Salamandrine

salals
salam
salamander
salamandered
salamandering
salamanderlike
salamanders
salamandra
salamandrian
salamandrid
salamandridae
salamandridea
salamandrids
salamandriform
salamandrina
salamandrine (current term)
salamandroid
salamandrous
salami
salami tactics
salami technique
salamis
salamon
salamons
salamstone
salangane
salanganes
salariat
salariats
salaried

Literary usage of Salamandrine

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1. Poisons: their effects and detection by Alexander Wynter Blyth (1895)
"He isolated from it an organic base, which he named salamandrine ... salamandrine is a strong poison ; injected subcutaneously into rabbits it causes ..."

2. The Brothers Dalziel: A Record of Fifty Years' Work in Conjunction with Many by George Dalziel, Edward Dalziel (1901)
"Dr. Charles Mackay's beautiful and fantastical poem "The salamandrine," which Sir John Gilbert had undertaken to illustrate ; and it may be confidently said ..."

3. The Divine Pedigree of Man, Or, The Testimony of Evolution and Psychology to by Thomson Jay Hudson (1899)
"The Growth and Development of the salamandrine Egg. — The Power of the Water Newt to reproduce Lost Limbs. — These Powers Typical Examples of Creative ..."

4. The Musical World (1847)
"Nina continues to dream that she is transformed into a salamandrine, ... The sum of all our criticism amounts to thus much, that the salamandrine is a very ..."

5. Poisons: their effects and detection by Alexander Wynter Blyth (1895)
"He isolated from it an organic base, which he named salamandrine ... salamandrine is a strong poison ; injected subcutaneously into rabbits it causes ..."

6. The Brothers Dalziel: A Record of Fifty Years' Work in Conjunction with Many by George Dalziel, Edward Dalziel (1901)
"Dr. Charles Mackay's beautiful and fantastical poem "The salamandrine," which Sir John Gilbert had undertaken to illustrate ; and it may be confidently said ..."

7. The Divine Pedigree of Man, Or, The Testimony of Evolution and Psychology to by Thomson Jay Hudson (1899)
"The Growth and Development of the salamandrine Egg. — The Power of the Water Newt to reproduce Lost Limbs. — These Powers Typical Examples of Creative ..."

8. The Musical World (1847)
"Nina continues to dream that she is transformed into a salamandrine, ... The sum of all our criticism amounts to thus much, that the salamandrine is a very ..."

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