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Words nearby passim
Example sentences from the Web for passim
Juvénal des Ursins and Journal d'un bourgeois de Paris, passim.
Accounts of the Commune, passim, in Journal du siège, pp. 210 et seq.
Enatum inde monumentum aere perennius, licet passim appareant sinistre dicta, minus perfecta, veritati non satis consentanea.Memoirs of My Life and Writings|Edward Gibbon
See also, Critical Inquiry into the opinions and practice of the ancient philosophers, passim.Reflections on the Rise and Fall of the Ancient Republicks|Edward Wortley Montagu
Much information will also be found in Notes and Queries, passim—especially the 9th series.
British Dictionary definitions for passim
Cultural definitions for passim
A word used in footnotes and similar material to indicate that a word or subject occurs frequently. For example, an entry in an index reading “coal: 78–86 passim” means that coal is mentioned throughout pages 78 to 86. Passim is Latin for “throughout” or “here and there.”