Definition of Marons

1. maron [n] - See also: maron



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Marons

marmoset
marmoset virus
marmosets
marmota
marmots
marmozet
marmozets
marms
marocain
marocains
marog
marokite
maron
marone
marons (current term)
maroon
marooned
marooner
marooners
marooning
maroonish
maroons
maropitant
maroquin
maroquins
maror
marors
marouflage
marplot

Literary usage of Marons

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1. Historical Collections of the State of New York: Containing a General by John Warner Barber, Henry Howe (1842)
"Two signal rockets, royal salutes of 21 marons, 12 sky rockets, a single vertical wheel, a Chinese fountain, a line rocket of three changes and a swarm box, ..."

2. The Ohio and Mississippi Pilot, Consisting of a Set of Charts of Those by J. C. Gilleland (1851)
"Two signal rockets, a salute of 19 marons, 12 sky rockets, a double vertical wheel, an illuminated globe, a fire tree and swarm box, 2 air balloons with ..."

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