Definition of Honeymooners

1. Noun. (plural of honeymooner) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Honeymooners

1. honeymooner [n] - See also: honeymooner

Lexicographical Neighbors of Honeymooners

honeyflower
honeyful
honeyguide
honeyguides
honeying
honeyish
honeyless
honeylike
honeylocust
honeylocusts
honeymaking
honeymoon
honeymoon period
honeymooned
honeymooner
honeymooners (current term)
honeymooning
honeymoons
honeypie
honeypies
honeypots
honeys
honeystone
honeysuck
honeysucker
honeysuckers
honeysuckle
honeysuckle family
honeysuckled

Literary usage of Honeymooners

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A Ramble Round the Globe by Thomas Robert Dewar (1894)
"CHAPTER VIII The Golden Gates—' Buy Brown's Boots'—honeymooners and Missionaries—A Funeral at Sea—' A heathen grog-seller'—Honolulu— Tropical ..."

2. The Great Wet Way by Alan Dale (1909)
"The honeymooners cannot please the passengers. Sometimes, I really think that they ... If the honeymooners own important names, and their wedding has been ..."

3. Old Seaport Towns of New England by Hildegarde Hawthorne (1916)
"They were stared at with that mingling of interest, amusement, and pity with which honeymooners are regarded in public places, and they seemed to enjoy the ..."

4. An English Honeymoon by Anne Hollingsworth Wharton (1908)
"and of honeymooners as well," adds Angela, to whom I have just read this last paragraph; honeymooners being her latest name for Walter and me. ..."

5. A Wanderer in Venice by Edward Verrall Lucas (1914)
"Now what more can honeymooners ask? For it is chiefly for honeymooners that this is done, since Venetians do not ..."

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