Definition of Carnals
1. carnal [v] - See also: carnal
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Carnals
Literary usage of Carnals
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Notes and Queries by Martim de Albuquerque (1858)
"... where they are called Cardinals, probably a corruption of carnals. About thirty years ago the Dursley cardinals were examined as witnesses on a trial ..."
2. Collections by Massachusetts Historical Society (1861)
"But now sundry persons, who love their own carnals before the ministers' spirituals in instructing them in the way to virtue and good living, ..."
3. The World's Wit and Humor: An Encyclopedia of the Classic Wit and Humor of by Lionel Strachey (1912)
"All the stories you hear of the carnals keeping columbines is entirely calomel. They nose better than to do such things as those. ..."
4. English Local Government from the Revolution to the Municipal Corporations by Sidney Webb, Beatrice (Potter) Webb (1908)
"There might be Herring- Packers or Fish Washers.* Under many Corporations we find carnals or Carnivals, sometimes known as " Fish and Flesh Searchers,"5 or ..."
5. Lives of the Fathers: Sketches of Church History in Biography by Frederick William Farrar (1889)
"... "do away with marriages, the carnals multiply them. The former do not even marry once, the latter do not marry once for all. Oh, law of the Creator, ..."