Definition of Seringas

1. seringa [n] - See also: seringa



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Seringas

serine carboxypeptidase
serine deaminase
serine dehydrase
serine diazoacetate
serine endopeptidase
serine protease
serine protease inhibitor
serine proteinase inhibitors
serine proteinases
serine sulfhydrase
serine sulfhydrolyase
serines
serinette
sering
seringa
seringas (current term)
serinol
serins
seriocomedies
seriocomedy
seriocomic
seriocomical
seriocomically
seriograph
seriography
serioscopy
serious
serious-minded
serious-mindedness
serious music

Literary usage of Seringas

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1. Life of the Hon. Jeremiah Smith: LL. D., Member of Congress During by John Hopkins Morison (1845)
"The seringas, after a long delay, began to display their white blossoms. Judge Smith announced it, by saying ' last night the seringas had a meeting; ..."

2. Life of the Hon. Jeremiah Smith: LL. D., Member of Congress During by John Hopkins Morison (1845)
"The seringas, after a long delay, began to display their white blossoms. Judge Smith announced it, by saying ' last night the seringas had a meeting; ..."

3. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1819)
"The acacias, which the Arabians have the sense to worship, are covered with blossoms, the honey-suckles dangle from every tree in festoons, the seringas are ..."

4. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1827)
"All round the house, the perfume of lilacs and seringas (if they were in flower) was fairly overpowered by the exotic odours of mace and cinnamon ; and I ..."

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