Definition of Cenacles

1. Noun. (plural of cenacle) ¹



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Definition of Cenacles

1. cenacle [n] - See also: cenacle

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cenacles

cementogenesis
cementoma
cements
cementum
cementum hyperplasia
cementums
cemetary
cemeterial
cemeteries
cemetery
cemeterylike
cemitare
cemitares
cen-
cenacle
cenacles (current term)
cenancestor
cenatory
cendol
cendre
cenesthesia
cenesthesic
cenesthopathy
ceno-
cenobite
cenobites
cenobitic
cenobitical
cenobitism
cenocyte

Literary usage of Cenacles

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1. Finis pyramidis; or, Disquisitions concerning the antiquity and scientific by Thomas Gabb (1806)
"It appears probable, this difference was in con? sequence of a retrenchment, in the thickness of the outward wall of the cenacles: on the ground story, ..."

2. Instigations of Ezra Pound: Together with an Essay on the Chinese Written by Ezra Pound, Ernest Francisco Fenollosa (1920)
"... initiated cenacles, frugality and segregation. The music alone carried on the esoteric undertone, silence spread with great feathers, poised hawk-wise. ..."

3. Unicorns by James Huneker (1917)
"... the tendency of youthful poets, prose penmen, and others to form schools, to create cenacles, to begin fighting before they have any defined ideal. ..."

4. William Makepeace Thackeray by Charles Whibley (1903)
"Did he not frequent the cenacles of the Latin Quarter, and print his verses in the journals of the decadence ? True, these types are eternal; but Thackeray, ..."

5. The Literary Movement in France During the Nineteenth Century by Georges Pellissier (1897)
"He is the recognized chief of two successive " cenacles." The first had made but a timid effort to effect a transition from Classic taste to newer ..."

6. Paris and the Social Revolution: A Study of the Revolutionary Elements in by Alvan Francis Sanborn (1905)
"... the Baron Y and the leather merchant X , in their homes, and when he has made the round of the cenacles at which he is welcome for the verses he recites ..."

7. Modern French Literature by Benjamin Willis Wells (1909)
"But with the founding of the " Globe " and the gathering of the cenacles the current of criticism divides. One branch lingers in the sluggish channels of an ..."

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