Definition of Sodoms

1. sodom [n] - See also: sodom



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sodoms

sodomising
sodomist
sodomists
sodomite
sodomites
sodomitess
sodomitesses
sodomitic
sodomitical
sodomize
sodomized
sodomizer
sodomizers
sodomizes
sodomizing
sodoms (current term)
sodomy
sods
soe
soever
sofa
sofa-bed
sofa-beds
sofa bed
sofa beds
sofa king
sofa painting
sofabed
sofabeds
sofar

Literary usage of Sodoms

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1. The Bible and Land by James Booth Converse (1888)
"... nor Shivery; but Land Owning—The Landlord's Sins—Pride—Extravagance—Idleness —Debauchery—Contempt for Industry—Was Land Made to Raise sodoms? ..."

2. Studies in Modern German Literature: Sundermann; Hauptmann; Women Writers of by Otto Heller (1905)
"Although much obloquy has been heaped on him for depicting such scandalous conditions and such a corrupt society as in sodoms Ende, he derives the right to ..."

3. Studies in Modern German Literature: Sundermann; Hauptmann; Women Writers of by Otto Heller (1905)
"Fritzchen in sodoms Ende is as insufferable a specimen of the stage child as ... In Die Ehre we had the Vorder- and the Hinter- haus; in sodoms Ende the ..."

4. Studies in Modern German Literature: Sundermann; Hauptmann; Women Writers of by Otto Heller (1905)
"Fritzchen in sodoms Ende is as insufferable a specimen of the stage child as ... In Die Ehre we had the Vorder- and the Hinter- kaus ; in sodoms Ende the ..."

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