Definition of Termitic

1. termite [adj] - See also: termite



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Termitic

terminology
terminomic
terminomics
terminus
terminus a quo
terminus ad quem
terminus ante quem
terminus post quem
terminuses
termitaria
termitaries
termitarium
termitary
termite
termites
termitic (current term)
termiticidal
termiticide
termiticides
termless
termlies
termly
termolecular
termone
termonologies
termonology
termor
termors
terms
terms and conditions

Literary usage of Termitic

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1. The Tomahawk: A Saturday Journal of Satire edited by Arthur William A'Beckett (1867)
"termitic Ants. 4. Deduce from a comparison of Mediaeval with the Black Art, the probable amount of brass possessed by Tubal Cain. 5. ..."

2. Evolutional Ethics and Animal Psychology by Edward Payson Evans (1897)
"only one hundredth to arms, thus indicating an advanced state of termitic civilization. The termites are as energetic and ingenious in their destructive as ..."

3. Evolutional Ethics and Animal Psychology by Edward Payson Evans (1898)
"only one hundredth to arms, thus indicating an advanced state of termitic civilization. The termites are as energetic and ingenious in their destructive as ..."

4. The Tomahawk: A Saturday Journal of Satire edited by Arthur William A'Beckett (1867)
"Calculate as nearly as possible the effect on the earth's surface of the friction produced by the annual migration of the ยก termitic Ants. 4. ..."

5. Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Exhibiting a View of the Progressive by Robert Jameson, Sir William Jardine, Henry D Rogers (1853)
"The gases have been made to act on fragments of wood infested with the termites, and have so penetrated into the deeper termitic cellules that none have ..."

6. The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal (1853)
"The gases have been made to act on fragments of wood infested with the termites, and have so penetrated into the deeper termitic cellules that none have ..."

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