Definition of Assegaied

1. Verb. (past of assegai) ¹

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Definition of Assegaied

1. assegai [v] - See also: assegai

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Literary usage of Assegaied

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1. Kafirland: A Ten Months' Campaign by Frank Newton Streatfeild (1879)
"assegaied sucking-pig for dinner—March to Impetu— Belief of Fort Warwick—Burning fort, and return to ..."

2. Tales from the Veld by Ernest Glanville (1897)
"The Kaffirs, they jes' grabbed the poor Johnny by the belt, pulled him outer the thick of the jam, and then assegaied him. I seed how things would go if the ..."

3. Dictionary of national biography by Leslie Stephen, Sidney Lee (1901)
"We have been mobbed and assegaied right and left.' Yet Lord Salisbury was not at ease ; ' the other night when he came down to explain in dulcet tones the ..."

4. Notes and Queries by Martim de Albuquerque (1879)
"... The white men were nearly all assegaied, few being shot They never moved from where they stood. but stayed there to die : they did not even turn their ..."

5. Review of Reviews by Albert Shaw (1897)
"... then scrambled up himself and set the chestnut a-going after the other horsemen; another moment's delay and both must have been assegaied. ..."

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