Definition of Hallower

1. one that hallows [n -S] - See also: hallows



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hallower

halloed
halloes
halloing
halloo
hallooed
hallooing
halloos
hallos
hallostemonous
hallot
halloth
halloumi
halloumis
hallow
hallowed
hallower (current term)
hallowers
hallowing
hallows
halloysite
halls
halls of fame
halls of mirrors
halls of residence
halls of shame
hallstand
hallucal
halluces
hallucinate
hallucinated

Literary usage of Hallower

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1. The Monist by Hegeler Institute (1919)
"... Hallowed," but we may safely assume that the original pronunciation had active meaning, "the hallower, Inaugurator" (ie, of the new era of mankind, ..."

2. Commentaries on American Law by James Kent (1866)
"Grant 475, c hallower v. Henley 260, n. 3 v. Whitney 533, e, 533, d. 533, e, 534, n, 534, c Halstead v. The Mayor of NY 299, n. 4 Hamar v. ..."

3. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia (1919)
"387 > and .\r,j,,ti( 'ullen, I'.MS. p. 77. Fm 1 The folds are, however, much »hallower than in ..."

4. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1759)
"... language of the go iit (hallower waters, and being all of a fize, they con- author). Each had two fails and was full of benches ; •center of the boat, ..."

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