Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of marconigram.

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Examples

  • When at last Our Hostess had put in the final cushion and rug, and provided us with biscuits and bull's-eyes, and was satisfied that even she could do nothing more for our comfort, we parted from her with great regret, promising that she should receive numerous marconigrams concerning our welfare, and our travels en route.

    Argentina from a British Point of View

  • But first, you'll send a sheaf of marconigrams for me in both directions.

    The Firefly of France

  • Then, reverting to animation suddenly, he would shower injunctions and commands upon me, and urge the necessity of constant marconigrams.

    The Big Four

  • "It's going to cost him an awful lot in marconigrams," Peter said.

    Peter Ruff and the Double Four

  • She had taken away the marconigrams, but she had left upon the floor several copies of the New York Herald.

    Peter Ruff and the Double Four

  • "It's going to cost him an awful lot in marconigrams," Peter said.

    The Double Four

  • She had taken away the marconigrams, but she had left upon the floor several copies of the _New York Herald_.

    The Double Four

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