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  • n. Plural form of epicene.


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  • These epicenes are as curious and exceptional in character as in external conformation.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Whatever their genius might be, it almost made me sick -- it almost made me kick, to see the humorous and masculine Barty prostrate in admiration before these inspired epicenes, these gifted epileptoids, these anæmic little self-satisfied nincompoops, whose proper place, it seemed to me, was either Earlswood, or Colney Hatch, or

    The Martian

  • It may be reasonably doubted if arrested development of the female reproductive system, producing a class of agenes, [16] not epicenes, will yield a better result of intellectual and moral power in the nineteenth century, than the analogous class of

    Sex in Education or, A Fair Chance for Girls

  • Reminder of the epicenes of the African slave trade - Articles related to U.S. sees food security as next big Africa push

  • Paradoxically, only soprano Emma Kirby strives to save something of Bach's native masculine vigor, but the combined efforts of the English epicenes proves too much even for her.

    Taipei Times


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