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Definition of the adjective bimensal

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adjective

  1. Happening every two months

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Google previewA New Universal Etymological, Technological and Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language (1849)

Embracing All Terms Used in Art, Science, and Literature by John Craig (Lexicographer)

BIMENSAL–BiNDINGLY. BINDWEED–BIPARTIENT. | BIMENSAL, bi-men'sal, s. (bis, and mensa, a month, |_ Lat.) Occurring once in two months. | BIMUSCULAR, bi-mus'ku-lar, a. (bis, and musculosus, muscular, Lat.) In Malacology, having two attaching muscles, and two muscular impressions . BIN, bin, (bin, am, Sax.) A word often used by our old writers for be and been;–s. (binne, a manger, hutch, ...

Google previewA New Universal Etymological and Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language (1847)

Embracing All the Terms Used in Art, Science and Literature by John Craig (F.G.S. of Glasgow.)

BIMENSAL–BINDINGLY. BIND WEED–BIPARTIENT. | BIMENsAL, bi-men'sal, s. ( bis, and mensa, a month, Lat.) Occurring once in two months. BIMUscular, bi-mus 'ku-lar, a (bis, and musculosus, muscular, Lat.) In Malacology, having two attaching muscles, and two muscular impressions. | BIN, bin, (bin, am, Sax.) A word often used by our old writers for be and been;–s. (binne, a manger, hutch, or rack, Sax.) a place in which corn, bread, or wine is deposited. As when from rooting in a ...

Google previewWebster's Unabridged Dictionary & Bible (2018)

New Heart English Bible by TruthBeTold Ministry, Noah Webster

Billet | Billet-doux | Billeted | Billethead | Billeting | Billets-doux | Billfish | Billhead | Billhook | Billiard | Billiards | Billing | Billingsgate | Billion | Billman | Billmen | Billon | Billot | Billow | Billowed | Billowing | Billowy | Billposter | Billsticker | Billy | Billy goat | Billyboy | Bilobate | Bilobed | Bilocation | Bilocular | Bilsted | Biltong | Bimaculate | Bimana | Bimanous | Bimarginate | Bimastism | Bimedial | Bimembral | Bimensal | Bimestrial | Bimetallic | Bimetallism | Bimetallist | Bimonthly | Bimuscular ...

Google previewChambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary (part 1 of 4: A-D)

by Various

Bimensal, bīmens′al, adj. happening once in two months: bimonthly.—adj.Bimes′trial, oftwo months' duration. [L. bi, and mensis, ...

Google previewWebster's Unabridged Dictionary 1913 (2017)

111.716 definitions & 1.55 mill cross-references by Noah Webster

Bimensal | Bimestrial | Bimetallic | Bimetallism | Bimetallist | Bimonthly | Bimuscular | Bin | Bin- | Binal | Binarseniate | Binary | Binate | Binaural | Bind | Binder | Bindery | Bindheimite | Binding | Bindingly | Bindingness | Bindweed | Bine | Binervate | Bing | Biniodide | Bink | Binnacle | Binned | Binning | Binny | Binocle | Binocular | Binocularly | Binoculate | Binomial | Binominal | Binominous | Binotonous | Binous | Binoxalate | Binoxide | Binturong | Binuclear | Binucleate | Binucleolate ...

Google previewTelegraphic Dictionary of the United States Navy (1868)

Prepared by Authority of the Hon. Gideon Welles, Secretary of the Navy, by Thornton Alexander Jenkins

Bimensal. reports. returns. Bind, ing. Binder, s. Binnacle, s. compass, es. light, s. Binocular glass, es. Biographical. dictionary. Birch. broom. wood. Bird, s. eye maple. Birth, s, ing. day. Biscuit. Bisect, ed, ing. Bismuth. Bisextile year. Bisulphate. Bisulphuret. Bit, ten. Bite, ing.

Google previewSupplement to Craig's universal dictionary (1864)

Occurring every two months ; bimensal. — Barret. Bur, bin, s. A partition in a cellar for stowing wine in bottles. Bind, bine'd, s. In the fish trade, a term applied to ten strikes of eels, each containing a quarter of a hundred. Binding, bine'ding, a. [added.] — In Music, binding notes are notes marked together by curves or ties. Bindingness, bine'ding-nes, s. State of having force to bind. Bingsiead, bing'sted, s.

Google previewChambers's English Dictionary (1872)

Pronouncing, Explanatory, and Etymological; with Vocabularies of Scottish Words and Phrases, Americanisms, &c

BIMENSAL, bl-men'sal, l adj. Happening once BIMESTRIAL, bl-mes'tri-al, \ in two months. [L. bis, and mensis, a month.] BIN, bin, n.

Google previewA New Universal Etymological, Technological, and Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language, Embracing All the Terms Used in Science, Literature and Art (1858)

by John CRAIG (F.G.S.)

BIMENSAL–BINDINGLY. | | BINDWEED–BIPARTIENT. BIMENs AL, bi-men'sal, s. (bis, and mensa, a month, Lat.) Occurring once in two months. BIMuscular, bi- mus'ku-lar, a. (bis, and musculosus, muscular, Lat.) In Malacology, having two attaching muscles, and two muscular impressions. BIN, bin, (bin, am, Sax.) A word often used by our old writers for be and been;–s. (binne, a manger, hutch, or rack, Sax.) a place in which corn, breed, or wine is deposited. As when from rooting in a ...

Google previewWalker Remodelled. A New Critical Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language (1836)

by Benjamin Humphrey Smart

BIMENSAL, bi-mén'-sāl, a, Occurring once every two months.—See BI-. BIN=bin, s. A cell or chest for wine, corn, or bread. BINARY, bi-nār-by a. Two; dual-see BI-. Bi'-nate, a. Growing in pairs or couples.

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Scrabble value of B3I1M3E1N1S1A1L1

The value of this 8-letter word is 12 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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