Definition of Abrege

1. an abridgement [n -S]



Lexicographical Neighbors of Abrege

abraying
abrays
abrazo
abrazos
abreact
abreacted
abreacting
abreaction
abreactions
abreactive
abreacts
abread
abreast
abreast of(p)
abreed
abrege (current term)
abreges
abreid
abrenounce
abrenounced
abrenounces
abrenouncing
abrenunciation
abrenunciations
abreption
abreptions
abreuvoir
abreuvoirs
abri
abricock

Literary usage of Abrege

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

1. The Gentleman's Magazine (1843)
"12mo. calf, neat, 6s 6<í 1763 abrege CHRONOLOGIQUE de L'HISTOIRE D'ES9 abrege Chronologique de l'Histoire d'Allemagne PAGNE, depuis sa Fondation, ..."

2. The Works of William Robertson: To which is Prefixed an Account of His Life by William Robertson, Alexander Stewart (1820)
"... abrege de l'Histoire <k Droit, &c. p. 556. NOTE XXII. SECT. I. p. 67. IT would be tedious, and of little use, to enumerate the various modes of ..."

3. Port Royal: A Contribution to the History of Religion and Literature in France by Charles Beard (1861)
"It is to the latter half of Racine's life, that we must refer his "abrege de 1'Histoire de Port Royal," although his biographer gives no indication of the ..."

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