Definition of Monkhoods

1. monkhood [n] - See also: monkhood



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Monkhoods

monkeypods
monkeypot
monkeypots
monkeypox
monkeypox virus
monkeys
monkeyshine
monkeyshines
monkeywrench
monkeywrenching
monkfish
monkfishes
monkhood
monkhoods (current term)
monkie
monkied
monkies
monking
monkish
monkishly
monkishness
monklike
monkly
monks
monkshood
monkshoods
mono
mono-

Literary usage of Monkhoods

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1. Macmillan's Magazine by David Masson, George Grove, John Morley, Mowbray Morris (1882)
"For so it is, that of all the priesthoods or monkhoods throughout the world, none has been so persistently faithful to the ideal proposed by its founder as ..."

2. Bell's Classical Arrangement of Fugitive Poetry by John Bell (1790)
"... From thee the Muse the grosser a<5ls must hide, Nor the dark cloister's mystic rites display, Whence num'rous brawny monkhoods waste away, ..."

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