Definition of Sonancies

1. sonancy [n] - See also: sonancy



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sonancies

soms
somy
son-in-law
son-in-law egg
son-in-law eggs
son-of-a-bitch
son et lumière
son of a bitch
son of a gun
son of privilege
son of the manse
son of the morning
sonance
sonances
sonancies (current term)
sonancy
sonant
sonantal
sonantic
sonants
sonar
sonarlike
sonarman
sonarmen
sonars
sonata
sonata form
sonatalike
sonatas

Literary usage of Sonancies

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1. The Theological Works of Isaac Barrow by Isaac Barrow (1830)
"... of St. Peter: but this is not so probable, as that which the author of the Constitutions doth affirm, which reconciled) the dis- sonancies of writers. ..."

2. The Ladies' Lexicon and Parlour Companion: Containing Nearly Every Word in by William Grimshaw (1870)
"... mcon- sonancies. INCON'STANT. adj. Not firm m resolution; not steady in affection; variable, adv. inconstantly.- s. in- constancy, pi. inconstancies. ..."

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