Definition of Feated
1. feat [v] - See also: feat
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Literary usage of Feated
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1. The General Gazetteer: Or, Compendious Geographical Dictionary : Containing ...by Richard Brookes by Richard Brookes (1801)
"It fend« two members to parliament, and is feated on the Tame, eight miles SE of ... feated on the Tanger, where it falls into the Elbe, 24 miles NW of ..."
2. Encyclopædia Britannica: Or, A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and by Colin MacFarquhar, George Gleig (1797)
"... and 40 from Dijon ; and has iron works in its neighbourhood. E. Long. 4. 33. N. Lat. 47. 45.. CHATRE, a town of France, in Berry, feated on the river ..."
3. The History of England: From the Invasion of Julius Cæsar, to the Revolution by David Hume (1810)
"... VL feated. It had been uniformly the practice, at former 1767. periods of peace, to reduce the land tax from four to three shillings in the pound : but ..."
4. A Geographical Dictionary, Representing the Present and Ancient Names of All ...by Edmund Bohun by Edmund Bohun (1688)
"It has a Cattle which is feated on a Rock, and has a Dike thirty four foot ... feated upon the Wolga, where it takes in the Occa, an hundred German Miles ..."
5. The Sportsman's Dictionary: Or The Gentleman's Companion: for Town and ...Sports (1800)
"... to be feated, and then apply the poultice, and if the matter be cither actually generated, ... the tumour be feated in the ligaments that are above the ..."
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