Definition of Compast

1. rounded [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Compast

compassion
compassionable
compassionate
compassionate conservatism
compassionate conservativism
compassionate leave
compassionate use
compassionated
compassionately
compassionateness
compassionates
compassionating
compassionless
compassions
compassless
compast (current term)
compatability
compatable
compaternities
compaternity
compatibilisation
compatibilised
compatibiliser
compatibilism
compatibilist
compatibilists
compatibilities
compatibility
compatibility group
compatibilization

Literary usage of Compast

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1. The works of Sir William Mure of Rowallan by William Mure, William Tough (1898)
"12 They compast me about like bees, Bot as a crackling fire Of thorns, in name of God, by me Cut off, they did expire. 13 Thrust at me sore thow hast, ..."

2. Shakespeare and Holy Scripture: With the Version He Used by THOMAS. CARTER (1905)
"97 : Autolycus—" I know this man well : he hath been since an ape-bearer : then a process-server, a bailiff; then he compast a motion of the ..."

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