Definition of Heaste

1. hest [n -S] - See also: hest



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Heaste

heartwarmer
heartwarmers
heartwarming
heartwarmingly
heartwhole
heartwood
heartwoods
heartworm
heartworms
heartwrenching
heartyhale
heast
heaste (current term)
heastes
heasts
heat-absorbing
heat-curing resin
heat-labile
heat-releasing
heat-resistant
heat-rigor point
heat-seal
heat-sealed
heat-sealing
heat-seals
heat-seeking missile

Literary usage of Heaste

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1. The Songs and Ballads of Cumberland: To which are Added Dialect and Other by Sidney Gilpin (1866)
"... Jenny! heaste! he lifts the sneck! O monie are, &c. THE LASS ABUIN THIRTY. AlR : "Jockey's Grey Breeks." I've wonder'd sin I kent mysel, What keeps the ..."

2. The New Testament of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ: Translated Out of by American Bible Society (1880)
"... at the third hour of the night; 24'And provide them heaste, that they may set Paul on, aod hring him safe unto Felix the governor. ..."

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