Iterance
Iterance It"er*ance, n. Iteration. [Obs.] [1913 Webster]

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  • iterance — noun Date: 1604 repetition 1a …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • iterance — /it euhr euhns/, n. iteration. [1595 1605; ITER(ANT) + ANCE] * * * …   Universalium

  • iterance — n. iteration, repetition …   English contemporary dictionary

  • iterance — it·er·ance …   English syllables

  • iterance — /ˈɪtərəns/ (say ituhruhns) noun → iteration …   Australian English dictionary

  • iterance — ˈid.ərən(t)s, ˈitər noun ( s) Etymology: iterate + ance (probably after utterance) : repetition, reiteration, repetitiousness …   Useful english dictionary

  • repetition — [n] duplication; doing again alliteration, broken record*, chant, chorus, copy, echo, encore, ingemination, iteracy, iterance, iteration, litany, paraphrase, periodicity, perseveration, practice, reappearance, recapitulation, recital, recurrence …   New thesaurus

  • iterate —   v.t. repeat    ♦ iterant, a. repeating.    ♦ iterance,    ♦ iterancy,    ♦ iteration, n.    ♦ iterative, a …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • iteration — [it΄ər ənsit΄ər ā′shən] n. [ME < L iteratio] 1. an iterating or being iterated; repetition 2. something iterated: Also iterance [it΄ər əns] …   English World dictionary

  • itterance — itterance, ate etc., obs. ff. iterance, ate, etc …   Useful english dictionary

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