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Definition of "eft" []

  • An immature newt, especially the reddish-orange terrestrial form of a North American species, Notophthalmus viridescens. (noun)

American Heritage(R) Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition. Copyright (c) 2011 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved.

Use "eft" in a sentence
  • "Quemad - modnm enim ad populi falutem legislator ft Deo Moyfes e fublimi moute adambrandaB legis imagini miffus eft, ita, oaae veritaf, ip& eft» leglBlator Dominus dcueus a Deo, moQS a monte ex coeleftibus mootibus.ad. noftri popuii fidutem eft miflus."
  • "Joanne » ac Judae poftremo eft unica« Sofli hsec MOmnia divinae germana volumina chart». iiQuidquid praeterea eft» haud inter certs locandum,"
  • "Tales profe6io funt quam plurimi; at non quisquis converfus eft, ut puerorum fimilis evadat, id dTecutus eft» ut pueris fimilis fiat; fed quantum unus - quisque ab eo, quem diximus, puerorum circa animi afireftus habitu abeft, tantumdem abeft, ut ad puero* rum fimilitudinem accedat."