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tract1 British & World English

An area of land, typically a large one

tract2 British & World English

A short treatise in pamphlet form, typically on a religious subject

tract3 British & World English

(In the Roman Catholic Church) an anthem of Scriptural verses formerly replacing the alleluia in certain penitential and requiem Masses

tract1 English Thesaurus

the lords owned large tracts of land

tract2 English Thesaurus

a great political tract

optic tract British & World English

The pathway between the optic chiasma and the brain

tract home British & World English

A house forming part of a housing estate

tract housing British & World English

A type of housing development in which groups of essentially identical houses are built on a tract of subdivided land

urinary tract British & World English

The series of channels by which the urine passes from the renal pelvis out of the body

respiratory tract British & World English

The passage formed by the mouth, nose, throat, and lungs, through which air passes during breathing

tract house in tract home British & World English

A house forming part of a housing estate