- triacetic acid,
- triacylglycerol lipase,
- triad syndrome,
- trial and error
Origin of triad
Examples from the Web for triad
Her triad helps us understand what postmodernism is doing to us.Zany, Cute, Interesting: What the Words We Use Say About Us|Benjamin Lytal|October 23, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The Clinton triad united for the final event of the summit, with Bill, Hillary, and Chelsea appearing together on stage.
It is still based on maintaining thousands of hydrogen bombs in a triad of missiles, subs, and bombers.
Abby Ellin visits the next frontier of nuptials: the "triad."
As with a couple, the key to making a triad work is communication.
The "triad of stars," too, had originally quite a different meaning, as will be seen later.The Astronomy of the Bible|E. Walter Maunder
Five classes are included in this system, in all of which there are, besides other elements of symmetry, four triad axes.
Keeping within the limits of the genus, we find that every triad agrees in being an odd number.Aristotle|George Grote
Hen, or Hoa, the third god of the first Triad, was not a prominent object of worship in Assyria.
This triad appears on the earth at the beginning of each Manwantara in the human form of Menu and his three sons.The God-Idea of the Ancients|Eliza Burt Gamble
Word Origin for triad
1540s, "group or set of three," from Late Latin trias (genitive triadis), from Greek trias (genitive triados), from treis "three" (see three). Musical sense of "chord of three notes" is from 1801.