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Masonic Syllabification: Ma·son·ic
Pronunciation: /məˈsänik/

Definition of Masonic in English:


Of or relating to Freemasons: a Masonic lodge
More example sentences
  • Only the Masonic Lodge and the Post Office / Tavern remained.
  • He became a member of the Masonic lodge at Fredericksburg, VA on August 4, 1753.
  • Scholars have placed women's participation in associations such as Masonic lodges and salons under an ever-increasing scrutiny.

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