Definition of Mieves
1. mieve [v] - See also: mieve
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Literary usage of Mieves
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge: Embracing by Johann Jakob Herzog, Philip Schaff, Albert Hauck (1912)
"A union obtained by compromise in such matters can not, he mieves, be either permanent or blessed. Love must be paramount, but a love which encourages men ..."
2. The Works of William Makepeace Thackeray by William Makepeace Thackeray, Sir Leslie Stephen (1898)
"This bowing and cringing, Smith mieves to be the act of Snobs ; and he will do all in his might and main to be a Snob, and to submit to Snobs no longer. ..."
3. The Ancient Empires of the East: Herodotos I-III by Herodotus, Archibald Henry Sayce (1883)
"... and mieves it to have been an attempt to explain the existence of Egyptian colonists in Ethiopia, who settled in the 'ountry in the time of the ..."
4. Dictionary of the Bible: Comprising Its Antiquities, Biography, Geography by William Smith, Horatio Balch Hackett, Ezra Abbot (1872)
"34, 35) mieves the I-XX. reading to be the correct one, though he sees no difficulty, but rather a beauty, in supposing that ..."
5. The Life and Times of Henry Clay by Calvin Colton (1846)
"All who hear him, are fully persuaded, from what they know of him, and by his manner, that he himself mieves what he says. Their surrender of opinion and ..."
6. History of the Civil War in America by Louis-Philippe-Albert d'Orléans Paris, Louis Fitzgerald Tasistro, Henry Coppée, John Page Nicholson (1883)
"It mieves itself invincible—a powerful element of success when this blind confidence, which makes it forget all thoughts of retreat, ..."