Definition of Cinnamons

1. Noun. (plural of cinnamon) ¹



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Definition of Cinnamons

1. cinnamon [n] - See also: cinnamon

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cinnamons

cinnamon bear
cinnamon bread
cinnamon bun
cinnamon fern
cinnamon oil
cinnamon roll
cinnamon rolls
cinnamon snail
cinnamon stick
cinnamon sticks
cinnamon stone
cinnamon sugar
cinnamon toast
cinnamon vine
cinnamone
cinnamons (current term)
cinnamony
cinnamoyl
cinnamoyl ester hydrolase
cinnamyl
cinnamyl alcohol dehydrogenase
cinnamylic acid
cinnamyls
cinnarizine
cinnipirine
cinnoline
cinnolines
cinobufagin
cinocentrum
cinoxacin

Literary usage of Cinnamons

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Canary Book: Containing Full Directions for the Breeding, Rearing, and by Robert L. Wallace (1893)
"The following year keep the best crests and those that show the best Cinnamon qualities, and cross them with Yorkshire cinnamons, as these birds inherit a ..."

2. Cassell's Complete Book of Sports and Pastimes: Being a Compendium of Out by Cassell (London) (1896)
"A Cinnamon cock with Nor- wich hens also breeds many cinnamons, which are all hens, ... But all these Cinnamon-bred birds are valuable to breed cinnamons. ..."

3. The American Naturalist by American Society of Naturalists, Essex Institute (1870)
"It may very well happen, therefore, that we shall find the palms and cinnamons restricted to the western margin of the Cretaceous continent. ..."

4. Elements of the Art of Dyeing: With a Description of the Art of Bleaching by by Claude-Louis Berthollet, Amédée B. Berthollet, Andrew Ure (1824)
"The marrones, the cinnamons, and all the intermediate shades, are formed upon silk by means of logwood, brazil wood, ..."

5. Inheritance in Canaries by Charles Benedict Davenport (1908)
"Also, the offspring of cinnamons bred to greens are often of a better cinnamon color than their parents. My own experience consists of two progeny of a ..."

6. Mackenzie's five thousand receipts in all the useful and domestic arts by Colin MacKenzie (1853)
"For those colours that arc wanted to be effectually discharged, such as greys, cinnamons, &c. when soap does not do, tartar must be used. ..."

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