Definition of Monsignors

1. Noun. (plural of monsignor) ¹



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Definition of Monsignors

1. monsignor [n] - See also: monsignor

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Monsignors

monozygotic twin
monozygous twin
monozygous twins
mons ureteris
monseigneur
monseigneurs
monsel's salt
monsel's solution
monsieurs
monsignori
monsignorial
monsignors (current term)
monsoon
monsoon season
monsoon seasons
monsoonal
monsoonlike
monsoons
monster
monster-cock
monster-cocks
monster cocks
monster truck
monster trucks
monstera

Literary usage of Monsignors

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1. Priests and People in Ireland by Michael John Fitzgerald McCarthy (1903)
"If the "fertile and cultured" minds of the Connaught monsignors only ... But we find the monsignors, while they bay as loud as bloodhounds about the duty of ..."

2. The Externals of the Catholic Church: Her Government, Ceremonies, Festivals by John Francis Sullivan (1917)
"Pectoral Cross The monsignors. This title denotes the rank of ... These are commonly called monsignors, and are of three grades; and the same name is given ..."

3. Style-book of Business English for High Schools: Business Courses, Regents by H. W. Hammond, Max John Herzberg (1914)
"Bishop : or 1025 Delaware Avenue, Rt. Rev. and dear Bishop : Buffalo, NY monsignors There are two grades of monsignors—the higher known as the Right ..."

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