Definition of Minsters

1. Noun. (plural of minster) ¹



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Definition of Minsters

1. minster [n] - See also: minster

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Minsters

minotaurs
minour
minovery
minow
minows
minoxidil
minoxidils
minrecordite
minretumomab
mins
minse
minshuku
minshukus
minsitive
minster
minsters (current term)
minstrel
minstrel gallery
minstrel show
minstrelry
minstrels
minstrelsies
minstrelsy
mint(a)
mint candy
mint chocolate chip
mint condition
mint cream
mint family

Literary usage of Minsters

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1. The Ecclesiologist by Ecclesiological Society (1865)
"DORSETSHIRE minsters. IT was a noteworthy day in the history of ecclesiological progress when Professor Willis, first in the town-hall of Dorchester, ..."

2. The Rise of English Culture by Edwin Johnson (1904)
"The answer is, They are the great minsters built and once occupied ... And what is the age of these minsters ? No definite answer has hitherto been given to ..."

3. The Foundations of England; Or, Twelve Centuries of British History (B.C. 55 by James Henry Ramsay (1898)
"... according to its rank, for the breach of its privileges; with a further payment for purifying the church if desecrated of minsters. ^v blood. ..."

4. Winchester by George William Kitchin (1891)
"... Queen Emma, and Earl Godwine— The two minsters take opposite sides in the Norman invasion— The consequences—William's new palace at Winchester—His ..."

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