Definition of Meseemeth

1. Contraction. (archaic) meseems ¹



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Definition of Meseemeth

1. meseems [v] - See also: meseems

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Meseemeth

mescaline
mescalines
mescalins
mescals
mesclum
mesclums
mesclun
mescluns
mesdames
mesdemet
mesdemoiselles
mese
mesectic
mesectoderm
meseemed
meseemeth (current term)
meseems
mesel
meseled
meself
meselry
mesels
mesembryanthemum
mesembryanthemums
mesencephala
mesencephalic
mesencephalic flexure
mesencephalic nucleus of trigeminal nerve
mesencephalic tegmentum
mesencephalic tract of trigeminal nerve

Literary usage of Meseemeth

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1. Fleurs-de-lys: A Book of French Poetry Freely Tr. Into English Verse by Wilfrid Charles Thorley (1920)
"JEAN DOUBLET 61 meseemeth that soe manye shafts be notte In the full quiver of all England's front, As Love the archer over me hath ..."

2. Fleurs-de-lys: A Book of French Poetry Freely Tr. Into English Verse by Wilfrid Charles Thorley (1920)
"JEAN DOUBLET 61 meseemeth that soe manye shafts be notte In the full quiver of all England's front, As Love the archer over me hath ..."

3. Alaeddin and the Enchanted Lamp: Zein Ul Asnam and the King of the Jinn by John Payne (1901)
"... meseemeth thou hast lost thy wit; return to thy senses,1 O my son, and be not like the ... meseemeth ..."

4. Tales from Boccaccio by Giovanni Boccaccio (1918)
"'It is of all fashions,' replied Calandrino; 'but all are well nigh black; wherefore meseemeth that what we have to do is to gather up all the black stones ..."

5. Le Morte Darthur: Sir Thomas Malory's Book of King Arthur and of His Noble by Thomas Malory, William Caxton (1903)
"And my good lord, meseemeth I had lost a great part of my worship in my knighthood an I had suffered my lady, your queen, to have been brent, and insomuch ..."

6. The Odyssey of Homer by Homer, William Morris (1887)
"And if thee in her heart she would cherish, and befriend thee such a way, Then some of these, meseemeth, should forget their wedding-day. ..."

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