Definition of Torics

1. toric [n] - See also: toric



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Torics

tores
toret
torets
toreumatography
toreumatology
toreutic
toreutics
torfel
torfer
torfere
torgoch
torgochs
tori
toric
toric lens
torics (current term)
tories
torii
torikumi
torikumi-hyo
torilto
torinaoshi
torit
torive
torlike
torma
tormas
torment
tormenta
tormented

Literary usage of Torics

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1. Diary of the American Revolution: From Newspapers and Original Documents by Frank Moore (1860)
"... the cursed plans of a tyrannical ruler, and an abandoned ministry, should be disarmed and rendered as incapable as possible of doing fur- torics .u^rmed ..."

2. The Works of Jeremy Bentham by Jeremy Bentham, John Bowring (1843)
"It is not the Whigs that we have to thank for it, any more than the torics. The torics — that is, the supporters of ..."

3. John Jay by George Pellew (1890)
"1 On the 15th, he discussed the question of the torics again with Oswald, with the result that the next day Oswald urged through Vaughan that Jay .should go ..."

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