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  • n. Plural form of nookery.

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Examples

  • Studio, and library, all the nookeries, sacred to study, are open, and give every facility for social duets where the sotto voce of young peoples 'voices becomes musical in the Teutonic as well as in the Anglo Saxon tongue.

    An Evening at a German Professor's.

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