Definition of Masonries

1. Noun. (plural of masonry) ¹



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Definition of Masonries

1. masonry [n] - See also: masonry

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Masonries

mason
mason's level
mason's lung
mason's trowel
mason-pfiser monkey virus
mason bee
mason shell
mason wasp
mason wasps
masonary
masoned
masonically
masoning
masonite
masonites
masonries
masonry
masonry cement
masonrylike
masons
masonwork
masoola boat
masoolah
masoolahs
masoor
masoprocol
masora
masoret
masorite
masorites

Literary usage of Masonries

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1. Building Eras in Religion by Horace Bushnell (1881)
"The Buddhist cultus set up its grand masonries all over the East, in times so long gone by, that its people have now lost the measures of their ancestors, ..."

2. Songs and Tales: A Collection of Songs and Tales from Life and Imagination by David Chalmers Nimmo (1910)
"What palace halls and public courts Of marble masonries ! What forts, Where captains. Industry and Gold The world itself doth march and mould! ..."

3. Proceedings of the Most Worshipful Grand Lodge Jurisdiction of Alabama (1922)
"It is our desire to make this survey of the Masonries of the world complete and accurate. Please help us. Truly and fraternally yours, OLIVER D. STREET, ..."

4. Jude the Obscure by Thomas Hardy (1895)
"Some time later he went to a church - builder in the same place, and under the architect's direction became handy at restoring the dilapidated masonries of ..."

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