Definition of Modenas

1. modena [n] - See also: modena

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Modenas

modelli
modelling
modelling clay
modello
modellos
modells
modelly
modelocked
models
modem
modemed
modeming
modemless
modems
modena
modenas (current term)
moder
moderable
moderance
moderate
moderate breeze
moderate gale
moderate hypothermia
moderated
moderately
moderateness
moderatenesses
moderates
moderating
moderation

Literary usage of Modenas

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1. Leaves from the autobiography of Tommaso Salvini by Tommaso Salvini (1893)
"modenas METHOD OF TEACHING MODENA'S system of instruction was more by practice than by theory. In our day he would be blamed, now that it is considered ..."

2. The Cambridge Modern History by Adolphus William Ward, George Walter Prothero (1908)
"... great figure in Brandenburg-Prussian history, see K. Jacob, Der Grosse Kurfürst im Lichte der modenas Forschung (Deutsche Literaturzeitung, 1007, 1-6). ..."

3. The Fortnightly Review (1871)
"For a bright, starlike Florence, how many dark, cloudy modenas ? And hew long did the dazzling period last? Did there ever come the slightest shadow of a ..."

4. Macmillan's Magazine by David Masson, George Grove, John Morley, Mowbray Morris (1901)
"Next to the pulpit nothing is more productive of good than the stage, if it be understood as the Talmas, the modenas, ..."

5. French Painting in the Sixteenth Century by Louis Dimier (1904)
"... and the modenas—feeble artists, hack-workers—who were then serving the King of France, were just the men to apply themselves in this way to the work of ..."

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