Definition of Abraids

1. Verb. (third-person singular of abraid) ¹



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Definition of Abraids

1. abraid [v] - See also: abraid

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Abraids

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

Literary usage of Abraids

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1. Indian Myths, Or, Legends, Traditions, and Symbols of the Aborigines of by Ellen Russell Emerson (1884)
"A serpent-god coils his back against the ice, and with his scales abraids 1 Tho Indians affirm that the ..."

2. The American Antiquarian and Oriental Journal by Stephen Denison Peet (1887)
"But the sky itself is ice, as it bears the color of ice, which the serpent abraids with his scales and causes the ice dust to fall upon the earth. ..."

3. Technical Mechanics, Statics and Dynamics by Edward Rose Maurer (1917)
"Continual rubbing of dry surfaces abraids them and decreases the coefficient of friction. This effect is clearly shown in the following table, ..."

4. A Practical Treatise on the Medical, Surgical and Hygienic Treatment of by Thomas Frazier Rumbold (1888)
"... and retraction (in the endeavor to place the end of the instrument within the mouth of the tube) abraids and in some instances, penetrates the membrane; ..."

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