Definition of Mornes
1. morne [n] - See also: morne
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Literary usage of Mornes
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. History of the Huguenot Emigration to America by Charles Washington Baird (1885)
"... primeval forests, or rugged and sterile, the Huguenots noticed with special interest the mornes, or rounded hillocks, mornes, rising upon the lowland. ..."
2. St. Lucia: Historical, Statistical, and Descriptive by Henry Hegart Breen (1844)
"LUCIA, CHAPTER I. Geographical position of St. Lucia—Extent—Physical Aspect—Scenery— Mountains or mornes—Soufriere Pitons—" Piton des Canaries " —Plains of ..."
3. The Opportunity, Or, Reasons for an Immediate Alliance with St. Domingo by James Stephen (1804)
"... and an aid-de-camp of General Boudet,, remained in the custody of Toussaint among the mornes, during the whole of a dreadful campaign, ..."
4. The Writings of Lafcadio Hearn by Lafcadio Hearn (1922)
"Vauclin is inferior in height and bulk to several mornes and pitons of the ... Some of the peaks are said to be totally inaccessible: many mornes are so on ..."
5. Supreme Court Reporter by Robert Desty, United States Supreme Court, West Publishing Company (1913)
"The appellant answered that he was the nephew and heir of Des- mornes, ... It appears by the complaint that Des- mornes died on November 2, 1905, ..."