Definition of Fossed
1. having a [adj FOSS]
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Literary usage of Fossed
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1. A Treatise on the Law of Pleading and Practice: Under the Procedural Codes by James Manford Kerr (1919)
"... fossed to be ambiguous, with a request on the part of tho pleader to be allowed to amend.18 Where it is doubtful on which the pleader intends to rely, ..."
2. Harper's Dictionary of Classical Literature and Antiquities by Harry Thurston Peck (1897)
"... and that from thence he fossed over to Europe, and finally settled at La- Aeneas before he reached Latium is given by Vergil in his Je)icfa(bks.ii.-vi. ..."
3. Richard Henry Dana: A Biography by Charles Francis Adams (1891)
"... once pro- fossed principles, those in which we are bred, and on which our institutions are founded. The hope is that they have at last gone a step too ..."
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