Definition of Abraided

1. Verb. (past of abraid) ¹



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Definition of Abraided

1. abraid [v] - See also: abraid

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Abraided

abradable
abradant
abradants
abraded
abrader
abraders
abrades
abrading
abrading stone
abradingly
abraid
abraided (current term)
abraiding
abraids
abram
abram-man
abrams
abranchial
abranchialism
abranchialisms
abranchiata
abranchiate
abranchious
abrase
abrased
abraser

Literary usage of Abraided

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1. Transactions by Homoeopathic Medical Society of the State of New York (1902)
"This requires great care in the doing, as the cornea may be abraided in the process of cleansing if the very utmost care is not exercised. ..."

2. A Practical Treatise on Hydraulic and Water-supply Engineering: Relating to by John Thomas Fanning (1887)
"In one instance the writer had occasion to construct a low embankment, not exceeding twenty feet height at the centre, across an abraided cut through a ..."

3. American Journal of Dental Science by American Society of Dental Surgeons (1880)
"The affected tooth showed no sensitiveness either at a sudden change of temperature or by scratching with the excavator on the abraided surface, ..."

4. The Secrets of specialists by Alfred Dale Covey (1905)
"After the surfaces of the opening have' been thoroughly scarified the abraided surfaces are kept together by the pressure of the truss, union takes place ..."

5. Lectures on the History of England by M. J. Guest (1888)
"... whereat he, awhile studying, after, as a man all ravished with gladness, holding his eyes and hands up to heaven, abraided,* saying with a loud voice, ..."

6. A Practical treatise on disease in children by Eustace Smith (1886)
"When a wound or abraided surface becomes attacked by the diphtheritic process, its borders become purple red and swollen, and the surface pours out a ..."

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