Definition of Sericon

1. tincture in alchemy [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sericon

seriatim
seriating
seriation
seriations
seriatum
seric
sericea lespedeza
sericeous
sericin
sericins
sericious
sericite
sericites
sericitization
sericitizations
sericon (current term)
sericons
sericteria
sericterium
serictery
sericultural
sericulture
sericultures
sericulturist
sericulturists
seriema
seriemas
series
series circuit
series circuits

Literary usage of Sericon

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Yale Studies in English edited by Albert Stanburrough Cook, Yale university New Haven (1903)
"sericon, and Bufo. ' Both the red and the black tincture. ... If this be a misprint for sericon, here would be an occurrence of the word. ..."

2. Treatise on the Great Art: A System of Physics According to Hermetic by Antoine-Joseph Pernety, Edouard Blitz (1898)
"Those who have considered only its colour, have called it Red Gum, Red Oil, Ruby, sericon, Red Sulphur, Yolk of Egg, Red Vitriol, etc. ..."

3. The Harvard Classics by Charles William Eliot (1910)
"Thou wretch I Both sericon and bufo shall be lost, Tell them. All hope of rooting out the bishops, Or th' anti-Christian hierarchy shall perish. ..."

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