Definition of Mormon state

1. Noun. A state in the western United States; settled in 1847 by Mormons led by Brigham Young.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mormon State

Morgellons
Morian
Morians
Moriarty
Morija
Morioka
Moriori
Morioris
Morison's pouch
Morlett's crocodile
Morley
Morlock
Morlocks
Mormon
Mormon Church
Mormon State
Mormon Tabernacle
Mormon cricket
Mormon crickets
Mormondom
Mormonisation
Mormonise
Mormonised
Mormonises
Mormonising
Mormonism
Mormonite
Mormonites
Mormonization
Mormonize

Literary usage of Mormon state

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1. Western Wilds, and the Men who Redeem Them: An Authentic Narrative by John Hanson Beadle (1877)
"It is said that there are still a few people in the East in favor of creating a mormon state—that is, be it understood, a state where every official, ..."

2. Harper's New Monthly Magazine by Henry Mills Alden (1882)
"Again in 1872 a fresh effort was made to establish я mormon state, but without success. In the last ten years efforts have been made at nearly every session ..."

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