Definition of Fascinators

1. Noun. (plural of fascinator) ¹



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Definition of Fascinators

1. fascinator [n] - See also: fascinator

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fascinators

fasciectomies
fasciectomy
fasciitis
fasciitises
fascin
fascina
fascinance
fascinate
fascinated
fascinates
fascinating
fascinatingly
fascination
fascinations
fascinator
fascinators (current term)
fascine
fascine roll
fascines
fascinoma
fascinomas
fascinous
fascins
fascinums
fascio
fascio-
fasciodesis
fasciola
fasciola cinerea

Literary usage of Fascinators

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1. Demonology and Devil-lore by Moncure Daniel Conway (1879)
"... fascinators— Devil of Jealousy—Eve's jealousy—Noah's wife—How Satan entered the Ark—Shipwrights' Dirge—The Second Fall—The Drunken curse—Solomon's ..."

2. Demonology and Devil-lore by Moncure Daniel Conway (1879)
"... fascinators— Devil of Jealousy—Eve's jealousy—Noah's wife—How Satan entered the Ark—Shipwrights' Dirge—The Second Fall—The Drunken curse—Solomon's ..."

3. American Towns and People by Harrison Rhodes (1920)
"and woolen scarfs—in this rude Northern climate even "fascinators" must be ... This tribute to ladies in fascinators is not to be taken as meaning that ..."

4. Essentials of English by Ellis Publishing Company (1896)
"We are selling handsome black ladies' fascinators at fifty cents each. We are selling ladies' black fascinators, very handsome, at fifty cents each. ..."

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