Definition of Moaners

1. Noun. (plural of moaner) ¹



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Definition of Moaners

1. moaner [n] - See also: moaner

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Moaners

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mnemotechnical
mnemotechnically
mnemotechny
mnestic
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mnt
mo'
mo-ped
moa
moabi
moai
moan
moaned
moaner
moaners (current term)
moaneth
moanful
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moaning dove
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moas
moastly
moat
moated

Literary usage of Moaners

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1. The Heart of Old Hickory and Other Stories of Tennessee by Will Allen Dromgoole (1895)
"En dar wuz de moaners' bench—fur de feet-washin', hit come las'—en de moaners' bench wuz dar, stretched plumb 'crost de house, wid some clean straw throwed ..."

2. The American Journal of Education by Henry Barnard (1860)
"... and moaners, Reformation to Thirty Years' War. The condition of morals and manners at the university during this period, was almost inconceivably ..."

3. Annual Register (1764)
"See therefore that the boy is admit- cd. Thy true friend, y 28, 1655. OLIVE?., P. An account of the origin, and moaners, ..."

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