Definition of Ghest
1. ghesse [v] - See also: ghesse
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ghest
Literary usage of Ghest
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Acts and Monuments of John Foxe: With a Life of the Martyrologist, and by John Foxe, George Townsend (1846)
"Lauren» In the catalogue of whom, next in order, cometh the memorial of twoe*ycar« Laurence ghest, who was burned in Salisbury for matter of the s^rament, ..."
2. Woman: In All Ages and in All Countries by Edward Bagby Pollard, Mitchell Carroll, Alfred Brittain, Pierce Butler, John Robert Effinger, Hugo Paul Thieme, Hermann Schoenfeld, Bartlett Burleigh James, John Ruse Larus (1908)
"... in the state—public tury, ruled supreme tying every effort of ghest form of agree- the world has ever development in these ..."
3. The Visitation of the County of Worcester Made in the Year 1569: With Other by William Phillimore Watts Phillimore, Richard Mundy (1888)
"Edmond ghest Bishop of Salisbery. 1. ... William ghest . . . . Worth- of King's Norton ington of the in corn. ..."
4. Hymnal of the Methodist Episcopal Church by Methodist Episcopal Church, Levi Scott (1878)
"1 I love to worship thee i 2 I worship thee, O Holy ghest, I love to worship thee'iI grieved thee long, alas! then know'et li grieves me ..."