Definition of Homered

1. Verb. (past of homer) ¹



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Definition of Homered

1. homer [v] - See also: homer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Homered

homeotropic
homeotypical
homeowner
homeowners
homeownership
homeowning
homepage
homepages
homeplace
homeplaces
homeport
homeported
homeporting
homeports
homer
homered (current term)
homergy
homering
homerless
homeroom
homerooms
homers
homes
homes for the aged
homeschool
homeschooled
homeschooler
homeschoolers
homeschooling
homeschools

Literary usage of Homered

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1. Poet Lore (1900)
"As Carlyle might say, " Verily, verily Mr. Gosse, thou hast out-homered Homer, and thy nod hath taken upon itself very much the semblance of a snore. ..."

2. Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society by Massachusetts Historical Society (1865)
"I comend you & yours to the Lord, & rest Your obliged kinsman EDWARD PARKES. LONDON, 28th Aprill, 1647. EDWARD PARKS TO JOHN WINTHROP. To his homered frind ..."

3. Collections of the New-York Historical Society for the Year by New-York Historical Society (1811)
"JW«> Amsterdam this 24/A of May Anno 1653. Whereunto our Messengers returned the answare as followeth homered SIRS YOUER last to vs dated 24th May 1653 wee ..."

4. A Literary Middle English Reader by Albert Stanburrough Cook (1915)
"... his lome,1 and let hit doun fayre,2 With be barbe of be bitte 8 bi be bare nek; f>aj he homered 4 ..."

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