noun, plural mon·tes [mon-teez]. /ˈmɒn tiz/. Anatomy.
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In the cold, the German and British soldiers climbed out of their trenches at a place called Mons.
We staid walking in the gallery; where we met with Mr. Slingsby, that was formerly a great friend of Mons.Diary of Samuel Pepys, Complete|Samuel Pepys
This did not give us much idea either of the personal consequence of Mons.
The gentleman informed me upon his part, that the chateau belonged to Mons.
One of the ladies, having previously apologized and left us, had seemingly explained to Mons.
One of them belonged to one of the gentlemen who accompanied me from Mons.