Definition of Monogamies
1. monogamy [n] - See also: monogamy
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Monogamies
Literary usage of Monogamies
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A General View of the Writings of Linnaeus by Richard Pulteney (1805)
"... and in the remaining one monogamies. The differences in the former of these orders arise from the difference of structure or se.r of the ..."
2. Woman from Bondage to Freedom by Ralcy Husted Bell (1922)
"The essential monogamies element will continue, and it will continue to take care of itself; but if it ia to perish, no legislation can save it. ..."
3. The Principles of Sociology by Herbert Spencer (1906)
"... are usually monogamies. Certain settled and more advanced peoples, too, are monogamic; as instance those of Port Dory (New Guinea), and as instance also ..."
4. The Legends and Theories of the Buddhists, Compared with History and Science by Robert Spence Hardy (1866)
"Marriage is monogamies. Woman is tad in honour, and is a joint ruler, and a joint worshipper with her husband. She is seen to move freely in the market, ..."