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Synonyms for month

four weeks

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  • four weeks
  • thirty days
  • moon

Synonyms for month

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Now, wisdom is all very well till the time comes to apply it; and as that month of June approached in which they had designed to give their love a holiday, they had found their courage growing less and less.
In 1859, in the month of August, the young traveller, Roscher, from Hamburg, set out with a caravan of Arab merchants, reached Lake Nyassa, and was there assassinated while he slept.
765-767) Mark the days which come from Zeus, duly telling your slaves of them, and that the thirtieth day of the month is best for one to look over the work and to deal out supplies.
After twice being delayed on the road, we arrived in London at three o'clock on the afternoon of the last day of the month.
He cursed his fate because he had no money to travel, and he knew his uncle would not send him more than the fifteen pounds a month which had been agreed upon.
Look at the one I got now, not as big as the smallest here, an' me payin' six dollars a month for it.
Why, on the outside cover were printed every month the words of one of the world's great writers, words proclaiming the inspired mission of the TRANSCONTINENTAL by a star of literature whose first coruscations had appeared inside those self-same covers.
These arrangements were decided upon early in the month of August.
The papers, as they appeared from month to month, were not the product of those unities of time and place which were the happy conditioning of
Franklin and Miss Rachel is some months older--and then we'll see
Half the 15th of this month, half the 15th of next.
A month or six weeks later I saw an extract from an American newspaper, describing the departure of the adventurers on their inland journey.
The prince's further fate was more or less decided by Colia, who selected, out of all the persons he had met during the last six or seven months, Evgenie Pavlovitch, as friend and confidant.
Two months is an ample allowance; I should think six weeks quite enough.
Here are A's finger marks, taken at the age of five months.