Definition of Masonic in English:



  • Relating to Freemasons.

    ‘a Masonic lodge’
    • ‘He admits to being drawn to the same few subjects, for example, the bunker-like Masonic lodges that dot our landscape.’
    • ‘Some French prisoners, who were Freemasons, carved bone snuff boxes depicting a Masonic temple and the all-seeing eye.’
    • ‘Only the Masonic Lodge and the Post Office / Tavern remained.’
    • ‘He became a member of the Masonic lodge at Fredericksburg, VA on August 4, 1753.’
    • ‘Over the years we have been approached by hundreds of members asking if we had a Masonic tartan, now we do.’
    • ‘The Portland building in question is a Masonic temple constructed in 1925.’
    • ‘He also made silver for churches, Masonic lodges, and mechanics' associations.’
    • ‘Outside medicine he was a member of several Masonic lodges and had a lifelong interest in things mechanical, especially trains.’
    • ‘On his deathbed, he asked for a Masonic funeral, and seventy-six Masons came forward the next day for the ceremony.’
    • ‘Freemasonry is non-political, and the discussion of politics at Masonic meetings is forbidden.’
    • ‘He then moved to Helena where he entered the insurance business and became an American citizen as well as a member of the Montana Club and a Masonic lodge.’
    • ‘Hence there is no official Masonic doctrine as such.’
    • ‘The grain-painted case imitates mahogany and ebony inlay, and the face is decorated with Masonic imagery.’
    • ‘Roman Catholics were absent from Masonic lodges primarily because of a Papal interdiction against Masonic membership.’
    • ‘The school hall was decked in Masonic insignia, borrowed from the local lodges.’
    • ‘There are dinner services embellished with Masonic designs, which I think is a bit much.’
    • ‘Scholars have placed women's participation in associations such as Masonic lodges and salons under an ever-increasing scrutiny.’
    • ‘The most serious of these targeted a Masonic lodge.’
    • ‘Predictable dissent did not deter the African Lodge from putting its Masonic connections to political purposes.’
    • ‘They had usually been long connected by business interests and had also engaged in social intercourse through associations such as Masonic lodges.’