Definition of Duncedom

1. n. The realm or domain of dunces.



Definition of Duncedom

1. Noun. The realm or domain of dunces. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Duncedom

1. the class of dunces [n -S]

Medical Definition of Duncedom

1. The realm or domain of dunces. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Duncedom

dun
dun't
dun-bar
dun dun
dunal
dunam
dunams
dunbird
dunbirds
dunce
dunce's cap
dunce cap
dunce caps
dunce hat
dunce hats
duncedom (current term)
duncedoms
duncelike
dunceries
duncery
dunces
duncey
dunch
dunched
dunches
dunchin
dunching
duncical
duncified
duncifies

Literary usage of Duncedom

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1. The Works of Thomas Carlyle by Thomas Carlyle, Henry Duff Traill (1899)
"Pope also had his Mrs. Martha Blount; and in the midst of that warfare with united duncedom, his daily tale ..."

2. Critical and Miscellaneous Essays by Thomas Carlyle (1860)
"Pope also had his Mrs. Martha Blount ; and, in the midst of that warfare with united duncedom, his daily tale of Egyptian bricks to bake. ..."

3. The Knickerbocker: Or, New-York Monthly Magazine by Charles Fenno Hoffman, Timothy Flint, Lewis Gaylord Clark, Kinahan Cornwallis, John Holmes Agnew (1849)
"It is at once the thinnest and most effective of all the coverings under which duncedom sneaks rail skulks. Most of the men of dignity, who awe or bore ..."

4. Library Notes by Addison Peale Russell (1875)
"It is at once the thinnest and most effective of all the coverings under which duncedom sneaks and skulks. Most of the men of dignity, who awe or bore their ..."

5. Lectures on Subjects Connected with Literature and Life by Edwin Percy Whipple (1859)
"It is at once the thinnest and most effective of all the coverings under which duncedom sneaks and skulks. Most of the men of dignity, who awe or bore their ..."

6. A Student's History of English Literature by William Edward Simonds (1902)
"Every writer with whom Pope had ever had a tilt was mercilessly lampooned in this epic of duncedom. At first only the initials of the luckless authors were ..."

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