Definition of Conches

1. Noun. (plural of conch) ¹



2. Verb. (third-person singular of conch) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Conches

1. conch [n] - See also: conch

Lexicographical Neighbors of Conches

concha nasalis suprema
concha of ear
conchae
conchae sphenoidales
conchal
conchal cartilage
conchal crest
conchal crest of maxilla
conchal crest of palatine bone
conchas
conchate
conche
conched
concher
conchers
conches (current term)
conchfish
conchie
conchies
conchifer
conchiferous
conchiform
conchifragous
conchiglie
conching
conchinine
conchiolin
conchite
conchites
conchitic

Literary usage of Conches

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

1. Illustrations of the History of Medieval Thought in the Departments of by Reginald Lane Poole (1884)
"EXCURSUS ON THE WRITINGS OF WILLIAM OF conches. i. THE number and attribution of the works of William of conches have always been a standing puzzle in ..."

2. The Reign of William Rufus and the Accession of Henry the First by Edward Augustus Freeman (1882)
"Position of Near as conches and Evreux are, they are more and thoroughly cut ... The forest of Evreux parts the hills of conches from the capital of Count ..."

3. Illustrations of the History of Medieval Thought in the Departments of by Reginald Lane Poole (1884)
"He therefore infers a high probability for its being by William of conches. But it is a pity that a mere blunder, because it happens to have been made by an ..."

4. The Ecclesiastical History of England and Normandy by Ordericus Vitalis, Léopold Delisle, Guizot (François) (1854)
"The people of Evreux had many allies, so that they harassed those of conches by continually burning their property, and carried off much booty. ..."

5. Highways and Byways in Normandy by Percy Dearmer (1904)
"We leave Evreux by the wooded valley of the Iton, and after a ride of nine miles arrive at conches, stranded high and dry Fortified farm near conches. from ..."

6. Storied Windows: A Traveller's Introduction to the Study of Old Church Glass by Arthur J. de Havilland Bushnell (1914)
"ELEVEN miles from Evreux is conches, where the town and the church of Ste Foy ... The splendid Renaissance windows of conches rival those of St Vincent and ..."

7. History of Philosophy by William Turner (1903)
"The founders of the school of Chartres were the brothers Bernard and Theodoric of Chartres, with whom were associated William of conches and Gilbert de la ..."

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