Definition of Molinet

1. an 18th century whipping stick [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Molinet

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molfiles
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molies
molilalia
molimen
molimen climactericum virile
molimens
moliminous
molindone
molindone hydrochloride
moline
molines
molinet (current term)
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molinillo
molinillos
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molla
mollah
mollahs
mollas
molle
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mollemoke
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mollicute

Literary usage of Molinet

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1. The Literature of the French Renaissance by Arthur Augustus Tilley (1885)
"This is how Jean molinet begins his Chronicles of the history of Burgundy: La tres-illustre ... And Jean molinet was much admired by his contemporaries 1. ..."

2. Specimens of the Early Poetry of France from the Time of the Troubadours and by Louisa Stuart Costello, Francisque Michel (1835)
"But among the historical pieces of molinet, one, the most worthy of attention, is that in which he continues the Recital " des Choses Merveilleuses arrivees ..."

3. The Ballade by Helen Louise Cohen (1915)
"Another treatise based largely on molinet is L'Art et Science de Rhétorique Vulgaire. It is a reproduction of molinet with some additions, ..."

4. A Descriptive Catalogue of the Manuscripts in the Library of Gonville and Caius by Gonville and Caius College Library, Montague Rhodes James (1907)
"Poems mostly by Jehan molinet Canon of Valenciennes, who died in 1507. Contents: 1. ... Lettre de molinet a Jacques de la Broie .... 6 5. ..."

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