Definition of Fraters
1. frater [n] - See also: frater
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fraters
Literary usage of Fraters
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Shakspere's England; or, Sketches of our social history in the reign of by George Walter Thornbury, Walter Thornbury (1856)
"Anecdotes of each. — Tinkers. — Abram Men. — Sham Sores (Poor Tom). — Counterfeit Soldiers. — The Crank. — Story. — Freshwater Mariners. — fraters. ..."
2. Freemasons' Quarterly Magazine (1854)
"It is my wish that, in case of the death of any of the fraters on whom this order of ... While you and the other fraters wear this order, may it in times of ..."
3. Proceedings of the Annual Conclave of the Grand Commandery Knights Templar by Mississippi, Freemasons Utah. Knights Templars, Grand Commandery, Knights Templars, Freemasons (1894)
"Some of our fraters have doubted the wisdom of these reports on correspondence. ... That our fraters may know the estimate placed on them by one every way ..."
4. Proceedings of the Annual Conclave of the Grand Commandery Knights Templar by Mississippi, Freemasons Utah. Knights Templars, Grand Commandery, Knights Templars, Freemasons (1905)
"We are looking forward with many anticipations of delight, to greeting our fraters, on that occasion, and especially to forming the personal acquaintance of ..."