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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hymeneally
Literary usage of Hymeneally
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Ivory, Apes and Peacocks: Joseph Conrad, Walt Whitman, Jules Laforgue by James Huneker (1915)
"What ambrosia from the Walhalla of topsyturvy is this Elsa with her "eyes hymeneally illumined" as she ..."
2. The Metropolitan (1837)
"... she became to the then gay At this moment, a knot of desperate gamblers, who thought that the hymeneally inclined noodle's fortune would be better in ..."
3. The British Theatre; Or, A Collection of Plays: Which are Acted at the by Elizabeth Inchbald (1808)
"Sometimes—To my great regret, I have sometimes found him a very absurd old gentleman! to become—hymeneally—his intimate—relation—I Widow. I am sorry for it! ..."
4. London by Charles Knight (1851)
"... after the regular hour when a passing sailor and his companion looked more than usually hymeneally inclined, and other manœuvres of the like kind. ..."
5. Cumberland's British Theatre: With Remarks, Biographical & Critical. Printed by Thomas Dolby, George Damiel, D. G., G. D., John Cumberland (1826)
"Because as I am soon to become—hymeneally—his intimate—relation—I—I! Dorn. You would wish for a sensible indulgent— Papa.— [Smiling. ..."
6. Unvisited Places of Old Europe by Robert Shackleton (1913)
"Guns are fired as the party start back to the home, and the guns are hymeneally celebrant later, too, as a means of enforcing a welcome for the uninvited, ..."