Definition of Fathomed

1. Verb. (past of fathom) ¹



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Definition of Fathomed

1. fathom [v] - See also: fathom

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fathomed

fatherlashers
fatherless
fatherlessness
fatherlike
fatherliness
fatherlinesses
fatherly
fathers
fathers-in-law
fathers-to-be
fathers of chapel
fathership
fatherships
fathom
fathomable
fathomed (current term)
fathomer
fathomers
fathometer
fathoming
fathomless
fathomlessly
fathomlessness
fathoms
fatidic
fatidical
fatiferous
fatigabilities
fatigability
fatigable

Literary usage of Fathomed

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1. The Expositor edited by William Robertson Nicoll, Samuel Cox, James Moffatt (1875)
"But no prophecy on the one hand, and no history on the other, can be fathomed with such lines. All history is profound, and profoundly prophetic. ..."

2. The Masque of the Gods by Bayard Taylor (1872)
"... Have babbled its speech, and fathomed its secrets In earth and ocean and wind and flame. They have conquered the phantoms themselves created; ..."

3. Discourses Upon the Existence and Attributes of God by Stephen Charnock (1840)
"The riches of his wisdom are past our counting, his depths not to be fathomed, yet they are depths of righteousness and equity; though the full ..."

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