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Patmos (My)

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My solitude, my place of banishment from society, my out-of-the-way home. As “Good-bʹye, I must go to my Patmos.” The allusion, of course, is to the banishment of St. John to the island of Patmos, in the reign of Domitian.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Patent Rolls
Pater Noster
Pater Patrum
Paternoster Row (London)
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Patient (The)
Patient Grisel
Patin
Patina
Patmos (My)
Patois
Patri-Passians
Patrician
Patrick
Patrick’s Cave (St.)
Patrick’s Cross (St.)
Patrick’s Grave (St.)
Patrick’s Monument (St.)
Patrick’s Purgatory (St.)
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