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  • n. Plural form of integument.

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Examples

  • In all other respects the treatment is to be conducted as in cases of fracture without a wound of the integuments.

    On Fractures

  • A stout lady, with fair hair and a fine bonnet and pelisse (who knows what were the fine bonnets and pelisses of the year 183 -?), was reclining in the barouche, the scarlet-plush integuments of her domestics blazing before and behind her.

    The Newcomes

  • As soon as you turned off the light, obstinate insects began crawling out of the U-bend of the sink: brilliant metaphors that crawled along the tiles, hemistitches with compound eyes, fragments of prose having opaque integuments, hendecasyllables with eleven feet counted on your fingers...

    Blood on the Saddle

  • West – Indiamen, which Mrs. Mattie particularly desired he would put about his neck, and which, thus entreated, he added to his other integuments.

    Rob Roy

  • We then discuss the molecular and developmental biological experiments using chicken integuments as the model.

    Catholic Church Supports Neo-Paleyism? - The Panda's Thumb

  • ABSTRACT In this special issue on the Evo-Devo of amniote integuments, Alibardi has discussed the adaptation of the integument to the land.

    Catholic Church Supports Neo-Paleyism? - The Panda's Thumb

  • When Momus was said to ask for a window in the breast, it was an allegorical joke, and we cannot even imagine such a contrivance to be a possibility; but it would be quite possible to imagine that the skull and its integuments were transparent, and then, good heavens! what differences should we see in the size, the form, the quality, the movement of the brain! what degrees of value!

    The Art of Controversy

  • Francie Forsyte was then aged twelve, a dark-haired child with thin legs always outgrowing their integuments.

    On Forsyte 'Change

  • In such a mob of unaccustomed soldiery, British, Australian and Indian, they went as strange and timid as myself; distinguished also by grime, for with weeks of wearing their clothes had been moulded to them by sweat and use and had become rather integuments than wrappings.

    Seven Pillars of Wisdom

  • Indian, they went as strange and timid as myself; distinguished also by grime, for with weeks of wearing their clothes had been moulded to them by sweat and use and had become rather integuments than wrappings.

    Seven Pillars of Wisdom

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