Definition of Hyphenates

1. Verb. (third-person singular of hyphenate) ¹



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Definition of Hyphenates

1. hyphenate [v] - See also: hyphenate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hyphenates

hypha
hyphae
hyphaema
hyphal
hyphedonia
hyphema
hyphemia
hyphemias
hyphen
hyphen-minus
hyphen-minuses
hyphenate
hyphenated
hyphenated compound
hyphenated compounds
hyphenates (current term)
hyphenating
hyphenation
hyphenations
hyphenator
hyphenators
hyphened
hyphenic
hyphening
hyphenless
hyphens
hyphomycetes
hyphomycosis
hyphopodia
hyphopodium

Literary usage of Hyphenates

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1. Our Part in the Great War by Arthur Gleason (1917)
"THE hyphenates A FAMOUS American president once said to a distinguished ambassador: "We make them into Americans. They come in immigrants of all ..."

2. Our Part in the Great War by Arthur Gleason (1917)
"A THE hyphenates FAMOUS American president once said to a distinguished ambassador: "We make them into Americans. They come in immigrants of all ..."

3. The United States in the World War by John Bach McMaster (1918)
"Not content with an expression of his own feeling towards the hyphenates, the President insisted that a plank strongly American and anti-German-American ..."

4. Year Book of the Holland Society of New-York by Holland Society of New York (1918)
"HARRY HOWE BOGERT: I have heard a great deal, especially since the war, about "hyphenates." I have heard of the Irish-Americans, and the German- Americans ..."

5. Democracy: Discipline: Peace by William Roscoe Thayer (1919)
"Quite logically, the national organization of German hyphenates — now happily disbanded by order of Congress — demanded that the German language should be ..."

6. Criminal Types by Vincent Myron Masten (1922)
"Americans look up with faith and strength; yet they drift with hyphenates and social wolves; with hyphenates who constantly press for group expression ..."

7. Ammunition for Final Drive on Booze: An Up-to-date Arsenal for Prohibition by Louis Albert Banks (1917)
"They are perfect lions when denouncing the hyphenates and perfectly dumb when the thing that makes and keeps them hyphenates is brought to their attention. ..."

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