Definition of Subconsuls

1. subconsul [n] - See also: subconsul



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Subconsuls

subconfigurations
subconfluence
subconfluent
subconformable
subcongenic
subconical
subconjunctival
subconscious
subconscious mind
subconsciouses
subconsciously
subconsciousness
subconstellation
subconstellations
subconsul
subconsuls (current term)
subcontinent
subcontinental
subcontinents
subcontract
subcontractable
subcontracted
subcontractee
subcontractees
subcontracting
subcontractor
subcontractors
subcontracts
subcontraoctave
subcontraries

Literary usage of Subconsuls

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1. The Third Part of the Ecclesiastical History of John, Bishop of Ephesus by John, Robert Payne Smith (1860)
"pany with all men of patrician rank, and the subconsuls, and those who bear the title of 'illustrious,' and the ..."

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