odic

[oh-dik]
adjective
of an ode.

Origin:
1860–65; ode + -ic

odically, adverb
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od, odyl or odyle (ɒd, əʊd, ˈɒdɪl)
 
n
archaic a hypothetical force formerly thought to be responsible for many natural phenomena, such as magnetism, light, and hypnotism
 
[C19: coined arbitrarily by Baron Karl von Reichenbach (1788--1869), German scientist]
 
odyl, odyl or odyle
 
n
 
[C19: coined arbitrarily by Baron Karl von Reichenbach (1788--1869), German scientist]
 
odyle, odyl or odyle
 
n
 
[C19: coined arbitrarily by Baron Karl von Reichenbach (1788--1869), German scientist]
 
'odic, odyl or odyle
 
adj

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It hosts peri odic meetings and is the primary vehicle for communicating the party's message.
Observation ports should be installed for peri odic inspection of the infiltrative surface.
The odic force was conjectured to explain the phenomenon of hypnotism.
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