Definition of Hermitages

1. Noun. (plural of hermitage) ¹



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Definition of Hermitages

1. hermitage [n] - See also: hermitage

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hermitages

hermetically sealed
hermeticism
hermeticisms
hermeticity
hermetick
hermetism
hermetisms
hermetist
hermetists
hermicity
hermit
hermit crab
hermit crabs
hermit thrush
hermitage
hermitages (current term)
hermitaries
hermitary
hermitess
hermitesses
hermithood
hermitic
hermitical
hermiticity
hermitism
hermitisms
hermitize
hermitized
hermitizes
hermitizing

Literary usage of Hermitages

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1. Travels in the Slavonic Provinces of Turkey-in-Europe by Georgina Muir Mackenzie, Adelina Paulina Irby (1877)
"These 'hermitages are cells in the banks of the ... Two of these hermitages were inhabited, respectively, for some years by King ..."

2. The History of India from the Earliest Ages by James Talboys Wheeler (1869)
"The hermitages were surrounded with large forest trees, which yielded pure and delicious ... Thus adorned the hermitages resembled the habitation of Brahma. ..."

3. Sinai and Palestine: In Connection with Their History by Arthur Penrhyn Stanley (1875)
"hermitages, and Convent of St. Catherine. 5. Mahomet.. Present State of the Convent. 7. Tomb of Sheykh Saleh. Pp. 48—57. ..."

4. Annals of the Artists of Spain by Sir William Stirling Maxwell (1891)
"... called the hermitages of St. Anthony and St. Paul, which he adorned with frescoes. The first was a plain structure, placed in an artificial wilderness; ..."

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