- n. Plural form of freemason.
“Hence Speth proposed to interpret the word freemasons as referring to those masons claiming exemption from the control of local guilds of the towns, where they temporarily settled.”
“Eternal enemies of Catholicism, namely the freemasons and the Jews, whose mutual entanglements are not always easy to see through.”
“Laon, it seems, is the true headquarters of the freemasonry of this department, and in the Aisne, to use his language, 'the freemasons are the Government.”
“The banners suggested the list of conspirators was long: America, Britain, Israel and the freemasons are the prime culprits for the renewed unrest.”
“Its affiliations are with the "freemasons" of Italy, of”
“There have been "freemasons," as you must know, among the Radical leaders in”
“And if the "freemasons" of any other country recognise and in any fashion affiliate with the Grand Orient of France, they ought to understand what they are doing, and to what objects they are lending themselves, consciously or unconsciously.”
“Either one would be cool. the oldest conspiracy predates the 'freemasons' by many millenia. occult symbols do not”
“freemasons' are not only regarded as friends of order and of law, but number among their dignitaries men of the highest official and personal rank.”
“freemasons" are the implacable enemies of religion.”
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