freemasonry freemasonry  /f ˈri ˈmeɪ sən ri/


  1. (n) a natural or instinctive fellowship between people of similar interests
  2. (n) Freemasons collectively


  1. Many Jesuits, in particular, consider it heretical in both concept and practicea sort of Catholic freemasonry.
  2. He pulled into the case an old Stein colleague, Sam Dash, a fellow member of the small legal freemasonry that had survived the Watergate hearings intact.


  • Plainfield Masonic Lodge hosts open house

    Plainfield Masonic Lodge No. 653 recently hosted an open house, following the Quaker Day Parade in Plainfield, in which more than 40 of members participated. More than 100 guests toured the facility and were able to "Learn What Freemasonry Has To Of
    on October 5, 2013     Source: Hendricks County Flyer

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  1. "An active, open online network is far more competitive in today's globalised business environment than local, closed networks such as alumni groups or freemasonry," argues Reid Hoffman, founder of LinkedIn.
    on Jun 25, 2009 By: Reid Hoffman Source: Economist

  2. "We are working for the future," Bogdanov said in an interview this week at his party's headquarters in central Moscow. "A new generation of voters will emerge soon with a better knowledge of Freemasonry and with fewer prejudices about it --...
    on Feb 7, 2008 By: Bogdanov Source: The Moscow Times

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