Definition of Macons

1. macon [n] - See also: macon



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Macons

mackly
macks
macle
macled
macles
maclurea
maclureite
maclureites
maclurin
maco
macock
macocks
macon
maconnais
maconochie
macons (current term)
macoya
macoyas
macpalxochitl
macphersonite
macquartite
macra
macradenous
macrame
macrames
macrami
macramis
macrandrous
macraner
macraners

Literary usage of Macons

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1. The Early History and Antiquities of Freemasonry: As Connected with Ancient by George Franklin Fort (1881)
"... into macons, which severally define the same class of operatives, or to distinguish artificers whose principal working-tool was the hammer, or mace, ..."

2. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of Chancery of the State by Michigan Court of Chancery, Randolph Manning, Henry Nelson Walker, Marshall Davis Ewell (1878)
"The testimony of macons I do not think entitled to much weight, when opposed by the evidence on the defense. He has evidently committed a number of gross ..."

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