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Definition of "montem" [mon•tem]

  • A custom, now discontinued, of Eton schoolboys to go to a hill on the Bath road every third Whit-Tuesday to demand 'salt-money' from passers-by. (noun)

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Use "montem" in a sentence
  • "Assumpsit Iesus Petrum, et Iacobum, et Ioannem fratrem eius, et duxit illos in montem excelsum seorsum: et transfiguratus est ante eos."
  • "Ibidem longè à stationibus super montem erant positi currus plusquam quingenti, qui omnes auro et argento ac sericis vestibus erant pleni."
  • "Homines autem inter Caspios montes conclusi clamorem exercitus, vt creditur, audientes, montem frangere coeperunt, et cùm alio tempore post decem annos redirent"