lacuna

[ luh-kyoo-nuh ]SEE DEFINITION OF lacuna

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LACUNA

The record of the first appears likely to be lost in the lacuna of 934 AH.

This essay is an attempt to fill in a small part of the lacuna.

Here there is a lacuna of sixteen short lines in the inscription.

In this variant of the story, which we may use as our text, it is to be noticed that a lacuna exists.

This stanza being incomplete, I think, the lacuna is to be put after l. 838.

He had not the slightest notion what a lacuna, or its plural, signified.

There is evidently a lacuna, as the transition to Orestes is worse than abrupt.

Adopting Reiske's suggestion for filling out a lacuna in the sense.

This last prince was on the throne in 667, but his reign is followed by a lacuna of more than a century.

The words suggested in Orellius, Indicii falsi auctores propelli jubet, are used here to fill up the lacuna.

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