Definition of Supersedures

1. Noun. (plural of supersedure) ¹



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Definition of Supersedures

1. supersedure [n] - See also: supersedure

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Supersedures

supersectors
supersecular
supersecure
supersedable
supersedan
supersedans
supersede
supersedeas
supersedeases
superseded
superseder
superseders
supersedes
superseding
supersedure
supersedures (current term)
superseed
superselected
superselection
superselections
supersell
superseller
supersellers
superselling
supersells
supersemination
supersenior
supersensible
supersensibly
supersensitised

Literary usage of Supersedures

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

1. Flame, Electricity and the Camera: Man's Progress from the First Kindling of by George Iles (1900)
"Such supersedures make us, in the main, richer; but as new gains are heaped on our panniers they throw to the ground more than one golden heritage. ..."

2. Business Statistics by Melvin Thomas Copeland (1917)
"... Additions other than Stations to Existing Contracts, Net Gain in Revenue, supersedures, Cancellations, Net Gain, Not Included in Previous Items, ..."

3. Transactions of the Society of Alumni of Bellevue Hospital by Bellevue Hospital Society of Alumni, Bellevue Hospital, Society of Alumni (1899)
"... should have a commensurate and permanent value, and the included clinical methods be subject only to relative but not absolute supersedures by products ..."

4. Records of the Cape Colony from February 1793 [to: Copied for the Cape by Cape of Good Hope (South Africa), Great Britain Public Record Office (1904)
"... supersedures and injustice in an English Colony, by the very authorities who ought to be a terror to evil-doers only. She cannot therefore but see with ..."

5. The Confederate Records of the State of Georgia by Allen Daniel Candler, Georgia General Assembly (1910)
"... be, and the same are hereby ratified and confirmed, subject however, to the right of appeal and supersedures according to law; provided, that in cases ..."

6. Flame, Electricity and the Camera: Man's Progress from the First Kindling of by George Iles (1900)
"Such supersedures make us, in the main, richer; but as new gains are heaped on our panniers they throw to the ground more than one golden heritage. ..."

7. Business Statistics by Melvin Thomas Copeland (1917)
"... Additions other than Stations to Existing Contracts, Net Gain in Revenue, supersedures, Cancellations, Net Gain, Not Included in Previous Items, ..."

8. Transactions of the Society of Alumni of Bellevue Hospital by Bellevue Hospital Society of Alumni, Bellevue Hospital, Society of Alumni (1899)
"... should have a commensurate and permanent value, and the included clinical methods be subject only to relative but not absolute supersedures by products ..."

9. Records of the Cape Colony from February 1793 [to: Copied for the Cape by Cape of Good Hope (South Africa), Great Britain Public Record Office (1904)
"... supersedures and injustice in an English Colony, by the very authorities who ought to be a terror to evil-doers only. She cannot therefore but see with ..."

10. The Confederate Records of the State of Georgia by Allen Daniel Candler, Georgia General Assembly (1910)
"... be, and the same are hereby ratified and confirmed, subject however, to the right of appeal and supersedures according to law; provided, that in cases ..."

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