Definition of Mommets
1. mommet [n] - See also: mommet
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mommets
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Literary usage of Mommets
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Shropshire Word-book: A Glossary of Archaic and Provincial Words, Etc., Used by Georgina Frederica Jackson (1879)
"I fale them ship to forty—'ow many bin a ?' said a toll-man to a drover. AS talian, to reckon, compute. TALKING TO mommets ..."
2. Somersetshire: Highways, Byways, and Waterways by Charles Raymond Booth Barrett (1894)
"... ridiculed the husband beater, the burning of "mommets" the unfaithful husband or wife. The large dining-room at Montacute is a fine apartment, ..."
3. The House in Dormer Forest by Mary Gladys Meredith Webb (1921)
"I seed him telling it over to himself very solemn, not out loud, but talking to 'is mommets! Sarah, my girl, I says, to-morrow in the flush of words (for ..."
4. The Knight of King's Guard by Ewan Martin (1899)
"Pages are wisht, womanly creatures, with hands as white as milk, which obscenity the mommets pride themselves on, and, what is worse, the vile mincing ..."
5. Taalstudie (1879)
"... en ook mommets genaamd, en die te verbranden, evenals men dit nog in onzen tijd in Engeland doet ten opzichte van Guy Fawkes. ..."