Definition of Syncopes

1. Noun. (plural of syncope) ¹



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Definition of Syncopes

1. syncope [n] - See also: syncope

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Syncopes

synclinorium
syncollin
syncom
syncoms
syncopal
syncopate
syncopated
syncopates
syncopating
syncopation
syncopations
syncopative
syncopator
syncopators
syncope
syncopes (current term)
syncopic
syncopist
syncopists
syncopize
syncopized
syncopizes
syncopizing
syncotyledonous
syncranterian
syncranteric
syncretic
syncretical
syncretically
syncretise

Literary usage of Syncopes

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1. The Mysteries of Opium Reveal'd by John Jones (1701)
"Note, That syncopes, or ... fo tha"t syncopes are only greater, ... of Slap are yet greater in syncopes. 4. ..."

2. Godfrey Weber's General Music Teacher: Adapted to Self-instruction, Both for by Gottfried Weber (1841)
"t-ff-t ni^ïr-rt These latter cases may be called unlike syncopes, while the former may be termed /iAe syncopes. The following and other similar instances of ..."

3. The Dublin Journal of Medical and Chemical Science (1833)
"I several times witnessed these syncopes. They then took place eight times in ... The syncopes took place thus : she feels a general uneasiness and a sense ..."

4. Materia Medica Pura by Samuel Hahnemann, Robert Ellis Dudgeon (1880)
"Constant inclination to syncopes. [MACLEAN, 1. c., 1 800, Aug. ... syncopes. [WITHERING, 1. c.] 355. Syncope during the sickness.4 [WITHERING, I. c. ..."

5. A Complete Dictionary of Music: To which is Prefixed a Familiar Introduction ...by Thomas Busby by Thomas Busby (1811)
"The second is when only one of the parts syncopes, but without discord. ... there are three syncopes: the first is when all the parts syncope at the same ..."

6. The Mysteries of Opium Reveal'd by John Jones (1701)
"Note, That syncopes, or ... fo tha"t syncopes are only greater, ... of Slap are yet greater in syncopes. 4. ..."

7. Godfrey Weber's General Music Teacher: Adapted to Self-instruction, Both for by Gottfried Weber (1841)
"t-ff-t ni^ïr-rt These latter cases may be called unlike syncopes, while the former may be termed /iAe syncopes. The following and other similar instances of ..."

8. The Dublin Journal of Medical and Chemical Science (1833)
"I several times witnessed these syncopes. They then took place eight times in ... The syncopes took place thus : she feels a general uneasiness and a sense ..."

9. Materia Medica Pura by Samuel Hahnemann, Robert Ellis Dudgeon (1880)
"Constant inclination to syncopes. [MACLEAN, 1. c., 1 800, Aug. ... syncopes. [WITHERING, 1. c.] 355. Syncope during the sickness.4 [WITHERING, I. c. ..."

10. A Complete Dictionary of Music: To which is Prefixed a Familiar Introduction ...by Thomas Busby by Thomas Busby (1811)
"The second is when only one of the parts syncopes, but without discord. ... there are three syncopes: the first is when all the parts syncope at the same ..."

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