Definition of Leamed

1. leam [v] - See also: leam



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Leamed

leakiness
leakinesses
leaking
leakless
leakproof
leaks
leaky
leal
lealer
lealest
leally
lealties
lealty
leam
leaman
leamed (current term)
leamer
leamers
leaming
leams
lean
lean'd
lean, finely textured beef
lean-to
lean-to tent
lean-tos
lean-witted
lean against
lean and mean
lean back

Literary usage of Leamed

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1. The Life of Col. John Charles Fremont: And His Narrative of Explorations and by John Charles Frémont, Samuel Mosheim Smucker (1856)
"... he leamed to read and write well, and speak the English language with some fluency. He will accompany me in a few days to the frontier of Missouri, ..."

2. Institutes of Ecclesiastical History, Ancient and Modern: In Four Books by Johann Lorenz Mosheim, James Murdock (1847)
"The apostolic age, the leamed Middleton himself acknowledges, to have been fruitful in ... The substance of his eloquent and leamed argumentation, is this. ..."

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