Definition of Frateries

1. Noun. (plural of fratery) ¹



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Definition of Frateries

1. fratery [n] - See also: fratery

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Frateries

frat
frat boy
frat boys
frat house
frat houses
frataxin
fratboy
fratboys
fratch
fratches
fratchier
fratchy
frate
frater
frateries (current term)
fraternal
fraternal nephew
fraternal nephews
fraternal niece
fraternal nieces
fraternal twin
fraternalisation
fraternalise
fraternalised
fraternalises
fraternalising

Literary usage of Frateries

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1. The Christian World: The Magazine of the American and Foreign Christian Union by American and Foreign Christian Union (1866)
"The insurrection was crushed where it had its origin, in the frateries and nunneries of Sicily. But it is difficult to imagine, impossible to describe the ..."

2. Pagan Origin of Partialist Doctrines by John Claudius Pitrat (1871)
"... the four tribes of Athens subdivided into three frateries according to Cecrops' division; the twelve cushions on which the creator sits, in the theogony ..."

3. The Lake of Menteith: Its Islands and Vicinity: Its Islands and Vicinity by Andrew Fleming Hutchison (1899)
"It had a door in the west end, which appears to have been reached by a stair, which can yet be traced, coming up from the frateries on the ground floor to ..."

4. Voyages de Montesquieu by Charles de Secondat Montesquieu (1896)
"frateries : II, 70. Frédéric II, duc de Mantoue : II, 11 5*. — I", emp. d'Allemagne : I, 14*. — II, emp. d'Allemagne : II, 79*. ..."

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