a crater in the SE quadrant of the moon, about 112 km in diameter, in which volcanic activity may have occurred
Among the retainers of the Emperor was a secretary named alphonsus Waldesius.
The Life of Philip Melanchthon Karl Friedrich Ledderhose
It seemed to them that alphonsus was more tyrannical than the Turks.
Curiosities of Literature, Vol. 1 (of 3) Isaac D’Israeli
Even the marriage of alphonsus with Iphigenia fails to enliven the style of the poet.
The Critics Versus Shakspere Francis A. Smith
Its neighbor toward the south, alphonsus, is eighty-three miles across.
Pleasures of the telescope Garrett Serviss
alphonsus, the conqueror, begins his career as an exiled claimant to the throne of Arragon.
The Growth of English Drama Arnold Wynne
It was the maxim, I think, of alphonsus of Aragon that dead counsellors are safest.
The Book Lovers’ Anthology Various
It was the maxim, I think, of alphonsus of Arragon, that dead counsellors are safest.
The Works of Samuel Johnson, LL.D., in Nine Volumes, Volume the Second Samuel Johnson
Sister alphonsus, always solicitous for the comfort of others, overtaxed her limited strength.
History of Linn County Iowa Luther A. Brewer
The manner of his conversion was most wonderful and in many of its features resembled that of alphonsus Ratisbonne.
The Catholic World. Volume II; Numbers 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12. E. Rameur
alphonsus is a history proper—a dramatized chronicle or narrative of warlike events.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 12, Slice 5 Various
of, pertaining to, on, or part of any lofty mountain. very high; elevated. (initial capital letter) of, pertaining to, on, or part of the Alps. Botany. growing on mountains above the limit of tree growth: alpine plants. (often initial capital letter) of or relating to downhill skiing or a competitive downhill skiing event. Compare (def […]
noun (pathol) absence of skin pigmentation, as in albinism
- Alpine azalea
a low, branching shrub, Loiseleuria procumbens, of northern regions, having evergreen leaves and clusters of white or pink flowers.
- Alpine bistort
See under (def 2). Also called snakeweed. a European plant, Polygonum bistorta, of the buckwheat family, having a twisted root, which is sometimes used as an astringent. any of several related plants, as P. viviparum (alpine bistort) Historical Examples Ser′pent-fish, the snake-fish; Ser′pent-grass, the alpine bistort. Chambers’s Twentieth Century Dictionary (part 4 of 4: S-Z […]