Definition of Cered

1. Verb. (past of cere) ¹



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Definition of Cered

1. cere [v] - See also: cere

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cered

cerebrotendinous xanthomatosis
cerebrotomy
cerebrotonia
cerebrotonias
cerebrotonic
cerebrovascular
cerebrovascular accident
cerebrovascular accident prevention
cerebrovascular circulation
cerebrovascular disease
cerebroventricular
cerebrum
cerebrums
cerecloth
cerecloths
cered (current term)
cerement
cerements
ceremonial behaviour
ceremonial dance
ceremonial occasion
ceremonialism
ceremonialisms
ceremonialist
ceremonialists
ceremonially
ceremonialness
ceremonials
ceremonies

Literary usage of Cered

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1. Manual of the Vertebrates of the Northern United States: Including the by David Starr Jordan (1878)
"Bill cered and hooked; claws sharp and strong. RAPTORES, J. gg. Bill not cered and hooked; nostrils opening beneath a soft, swollen membrane. ..."

2. The Life and Times of Alfred the Great: Being the Ford Lectures for 1901 by Charles Plummer (1902)
"In course of time cered died, and his widow ... The charter of the original grant to cered had however been carried off by the Danes ..."

3. Calendar of State Papers: Foreign Series, of the Reign of Elizabeth by Great Britain Public Record Office (1865)
"The said noble corpse being thus cered and coffined was brought forth into the Privy Chamber and there remained in this order. Item ; the said Privy Chamber ..."

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