Definition of Fellations
1. fellation [n] - See also: fellation
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Literary usage of Fellations
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1776)
"... than were the mar.i- fellations of his religious waverings and felf-contradictions, in his former ..."
2. A Treatise on Astronomy by John Frederick William Herschel (1851)
"... confuse all nomenclature, &c. A better system of con »fellations might have been a material help as an artificial memory. ..."
3. Library of Useful Knowledge by Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (Great Britain) (1834)
"... of We have stated above, that the con- •fellations of the zodiac do not seem to have been known in Greece before the time of ..."
4. The Wesleyan-Methodist Magazine (1864)
"WHEN first the Pair in Paradise, reclined At eve, survey'd the kindling firmament, 'Twas new ;—but, as the con-fellations sinned On them, so still those ..."
5. Catalogue of the Historical Library of Andrew Dickson White, First President by Andrew Dickson White, George Lincoln Burr (1894)
"... fellations, civil and military, against certain irregularities to whs:* exception had been taken. Paris, prononcé dans l'assemblée générale des ..."
6. Observations on Popular Antiquities: Including the Whole of Mr. Bourne's by John Brand (1810)
"About the Time of his Feast, which is on the Fourteenth of July* there are two rainy C on s fellations, which are called ..."
7. An Essay Towards the History of the Last Ministry and Parliament: Containing by Abel Boyer (1710)
"... to keep them under, by Branding them with odious dp- fellations , and Charging them with unnatural ..."