Definition of Joannas

1. Noun. (plural of joanna) ¹



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Definition of Joannas

1. joanna [n] - See also: joanna

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Joannas

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jizzed
jizzes
jizzing
jizzmopper
jizzmoppers
jizzum
jnana
jnanas
jnd
jo
joanna
joannas (current term)
joannes
joanneses
joaquinite
joaquinites
job
job's syndrome
job-control language
job-hop
job-hopper
job-hoppers
job-oriented terminal
job-sharing
job action
job aid

Literary usage of Joannas

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1. Unorthodox London; Or, Phases of Religious Life in the Metropolis by Charles Maurice Davies (1874)
"AMONG THE "joannas/' SOME religious bodies appear destined, in the nature of things, as well as in the name of common sense, to die out and become obsolete. ..."

2. Reality Checks: Teaching Reading Comprehension with Nonfiction K-5 by Tony Stead (2006)
"I must admit that joannas misconception is not as far-fetched as it seems. I sometimes wonder if Australian English is in fact another language, ..."

3. Pamphlets. American History (1859)
"Andros,—in reference to the proceedings against Cornelius Steenwyck, joannas Van Brugh, joannas do Peyster, Nicholas Bayard, Egidius Luyck, ..."

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