Definition of Murals

1. Noun. (plural of mural) ¹



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Definition of Murals

1. mural [n] - See also: mural

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Murals

murages
mural
mural endocarditis
mural pregnancy
mural thrombosis
mural thrombus
muraled
muralism
muralist
muralistic
muralists
muralled
murally
murals (current term)
muramic
muramic acid
muramic acids
muramidase
muramoylpentapeptide carboxypeptidase
muramyl
muramyl dipeptide
muras
murataite
murder
murder-suicide
murder-suicides
murder by suicide
murder charge

Literary usage of Murals

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1. Teaching The Best Practice Way: Methods That Matter, K-12 by Harvey Daniels, Marilyn Bizar (2005)
"Kids were asked to use the murals as one text in a wider study of the Great Depression and its impact on 1930s Americans, and to compare life in the 1930s ..."

2. Panama by Patricia Katzman (2006)
"The Panama Canal murals These beautiful murals portray in graphic detail the heroic efforts that resulted in Panama Canal, known as "the path between the ..."

3. Adventure Guide to Ireland by Tina Neylon (2004)
"Political murals Most of the world-famous icons of the Troubles, a series of political murals, can be seen in West Belfast, both in the Shankill and around ..."

4. A Guide to the Works of Art in New York City by Florence Nightingale Levy (1916)
"HARRIS THEATRE, 254 West 4zd Street — murals by Lichte- nauer. NEW AMSTERDAM THEATRE, 214 West 42d Street — murals by Blum, Florian Peixotto, and Wenzell. ..."

5. The Monthly Repository of Theology and General Literature (1823)
"Polite Literature, and other wish he had done so more frequently поту, Politics, murals, Mi'taphy- he intermingles his own remarks, ..."

6. The Architecture and Landscape Gardening of the Exposition: A Pictorial by Louis Christian Mullgardt, Maud Wotring Raymond, John Hamlin (1915)
"The murals, with the two in the half-dome, also by Milton Bancroft, are all conventionally classic, in keeping with the spirit and atmosphere of the Court. ..."

7. The Edison Monthly by New York Edison Company (1921)
"Shortly before the perfection of the electric light murals were painted for very large halls or museums which received sufficient natural light through ..."

8. New Zealand Driving Holidays: 29 New Zealand Holiday Itineraries and Touring by Donna Blaber (2005)
"... homemade chocolate cake at the Sugar Juice Cafe, then admire the town's many murals, and hunt for treasures at the Old Curiosity Shop before we leave. ..."

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