Definition of Monogramed
1. monogram [v] - See also: monogram
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Literary usage of Monogramed
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Sunset by Southern Pacific Company, Southern Pacific Company. Passenger Dept (1914)
"Between them walked a dapper young man who was smoking a monogramed cigarette, held fastidiously in a long silver-tipped goose-bone holder. ..."
2. The Gentleman's Magazine (1870)
"There was more opportunity here, and he delightedly sent an acceptance, on the monogramed paper, which seemed like a bad imitation of some old MS. ..."
3. The Stickit Minister: And Some Common Men by Samuel Rutherford Crockett (1894)
"... C-springed carriages and dressing-cases with fittings of monogramed gold. When Silas Cartwright went back to his city home that autumn he treasured some ..."
4. The English Illustrated Magazine (1892)
"But the pillow-slips and sheets were exquisitely needled and monogramed, and lace often formed a finish to the towels, making one feel when one used them as ..."
5. Sir William Johnson and the Six Nations by William Elliot Griffis (1891)
"When this was done, a war-whoop was raised that must have been heard in every cabin and iron-monogramed brick- house in the colony and manor. ..."
6. Potter's American Monthly (1877)
"In her chamber, however, these thoughts were checked by a sight of the monogramed bracelet. She felt that the wearing of the jeweled charm ..."