Definition of Trins

1. trin [n] - See also: trin



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trins

trinkets
trinkety
trinkle
trinkly
trinks
trinkum
trinkums
trinoctial
trinocular
trinodal
trinomen
trinomial
trinomials
trinominal
trinominals
trins (current term)
trinuclear
trinucleate
trinucleated
trinucleon
trinucleons
trinucleosome
trinucleosomes
trinucleotide
trinucleotide repeat
trinucleotide repeat disorder
trinucleotide repeats
trinucleotides
trinucleus
trinxat

Literary usage of Trins

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1. Popular and Complete English Dictionary: Exhibiting the Pronunciation by John Boag (1848)
"TRANSFORM, trins-forra', [Fr. transformer,] vt To change the form of; ... Obs. TRANSFUSE, trins-fazt-', vt To pour, as liquor, out of one vessel into ..."

2. The Central Alps, Including the Bernese Oberland, and All Switzerland by John Ball (1873)
"Beyond trins two deep lateral glens open out on the N. side of the main valley. ... Pedestrians may take a path from trins that keeps near the Rhine, ..."

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