Definition of Emmys

1. Noun. (plural of Emmy) ¹



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Definition of Emmys

1. emmy [n] - See also: emmy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Emmys

emmetropic
emmetropically
emmetropization
emmetropy
emmets
emmew
emmewed
emmewing
emmews
emmisivity
emmonsite
emmove
emmoved
emmoves
emmoving
emmys (current term)
emo
emo bangs
emo metal
emocore
emodepside
emodin
emodin O-methyltransferase
emodinanthrone oxygenase
emodins
emoji
emollescence
emolliate
emolliated
emolliates

Literary usage of Emmys

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1. Transactions (1878)
"... emmys§§§ A coverlet of grene ... and emmys, y* hys to sey xiiij coverlets in y« howse & v ..."

2. The Christian Examiner (1856)
"That honest and cultivated intelligence, or that earnest and enlightened morality, which is outlawed by the for- * Catholic Union: emmys ..."

3. The Fairfax Correspondence: Memoirs of the Reign of Charles the First by George William Johnson (1848)
""I saw this disaster," he tells us, " but could give no relief; for after I was got through, / was in the emmys rear ..."

4. The Chronicle of Pierre de Langtoft: In French Verse from the Earliest by of Langtoft Peter, Thomas Wright (1868)
"... C. 3 Son emmys, C. * sunt omitted in B. •' This and the two preceding lines are omitted in D. " leu ..."

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