Definition of Subtemperate

1. [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Subtemperate

subtangents
subtartarean
subtask
subtasks
subtaxa
subtaxon
subtaxons
subteam
subteams
subteen
subteenage
subteens
subtegulaneous
subtelomere
subtelomeric
subtemperate (current term)
subtemporal
subtenancies
subtenancy
subtenant
subtenants
subtend
subtended
subtending
subtends
subtense
subtenses
subtepid
subterahertz
subterete

Literary usage of Subtemperate

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

1. Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Exhibiting a View of the Progressive by Robert Jameson, Sir William Jardine, Henry D Rogers (1854)
"Lusitanian, (subtemperate) . Cape St Vincent to 42° N. 300 7. Celtic, (cold temperate) . ... (cold temperate and subtemperate) . . . East coast of Niphon, ..."

2. The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal (1854)
"Lusitanian, (subtemperate) 7. Celtic, (cold temperate) 8. ... 15° N. to 25° N., (Gulf Tonquin). 5. Chusan, (subtemperate) . . 25° N. into Japan Sea. ..."

3. Climate and Food Security: Papers Persented at the International Symposium by International Rice Research Institute, Indian National Science Academy, Indian Council of Agricultural Research (1989)
"Pulse crops in subtemperate and tropical regions have a relatively short history of improvement compared with wheat and rice. ..."

4. Report of the United States Entomological Commission by United States Entomological commission (1878)
"... a north subtemperate or sub-boreal insect, viz, an inhabitant of what is called by naturalists the north ..."

5. Handbook of the Irideæ by John Gilbert Baker (1892)
"... spreading lanceolate acute segments If in. long. Anthers linear, J in. long ; filaments very short. Hab. Angola; subtemperate region of the province of ..."

6. The American Naturalist by American Society of Naturalists, Essex Institute (1900)
"The climate during Tertiary time, as made out by the vegetation, was a temperate or subtemperate one, not unlike that of Virginia at the present time, ..."

7. Manual of Geology: Treating of the Principles of the Science with Special by James Dwight Dana (1894)
"... signifies that two temperate zones, the temperate and subtemperate, which have great expansion on the ..."

8. The American Year Book by Simon Newton Dexter North, Francis Graham Wickware, Albert Bushnell Hart (1911)
"The restriction of the cotton acreage in parts of the United States, the partial failure of experiments in other subtemperate zones, as in Africa and Asia, ..."

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