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  • adverb In a masonic way.

Etymologies

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masonic +‎ -ally

Examples

  • Fans of the stuff are masonically loyal, prickling with a defensiveness and an ardor that not even Wagnerians can match.

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  • I believe the revolutions in the US and in France and by extension in Russia, etc were satanically inspired masonically implimented.

    Prophecy on the Rise of the Great Monarch

  • That part of the ceremony of initiation which consists of clothing the candidate masonically.

    The Symbolism of Freemasonry

  • The architecture of Freemasonry is altogether related to the construction of public edifices, and principally sacred or religious ones, -- such as temples, cathedrals, churches, -- and of these, masonically, the temple of Solomon is the archetype.

    The Symbolism of Freemasonry

  • Freemasonry it refers especially to that east whence an ancient priesthood first disseminated truth to enlighten the world; wherefore the east is masonically called "the place of light."

    The Symbolism of Freemasonry

  • 'Smiled to masonically by the passing bicyclists, and smiling masonically to them in return, I began to feel that the rest of my visit would run smooth, if only --

    Seven Men

  • Page view page image: on the red field of war he practiced "Relief and Brotherly Love" in saving the life of Colonel Broun, a British officer, whom he recognized masonically as a brother of the "Mystic Tie."

    Virginia and Virginians

  • The name of Edmund Randolph is masonically perpetuated in that of the Richmond Randolph Lodge, No. 19, chartered

    Virginia and Virginians

  • Very few public men in this country can show a more brilliant record, either personally, masonically or officially, than Colonel James Lewis.

    Men of Mark: Eminent, Progressive and Rising

  • Fans of the stuff are masonically loyal, prickling with a defensiveness and an ardor that not even Wagnerians can match.

    The New Yorker

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