The institutions, precepts, and rites of the Freemasons.(noun)
Spontaneous fellowship and sympathy among a number of people.(noun)
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Use "freemasonry" in a sentence
"i think freemasonry is much more dangerous « Niqnaq"
"The really bad party system is that in which a man is caught so tightly and becomes so deeply involved in party loyalty, or what may be called the freemasonry side of politics, that he grows into feeling a kind of moral obligation to stick to his party, right or wrong."
"It was my initiation into what I have termed the freemasonry of the race."