Definition of Minished

1. Verb. (past of minish) ¹



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Definition of Minished

1. minish [v] - See also: minish

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Minished

miniscreen
miniscreens
miniscule
miniscules
miniseason
miniseasons
minisegregant cell
miniserial
miniserials
miniseries
minisession
minisessions
miniset
minisets
minish
minished (current term)
minishes
minishing
minishment
minishments
minishow
minishows
minisht
minisite
minisites
miniski
miniskirt
miniskirted
miniskirts
miniskis

Literary usage of Minished

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1. The Works of Hannah More: With a Sketch of Her Life by Hannah More (1827)
"... the most important even! that has occurred since the first establishment of Christianity. though, in itself, a most deplorable scene ol minished ! ..."

2. The Brontë Family: With Special Reference to Patrick Branwell Brontë by Francis A. Leyland (1886)
"Freemason—His love of Art undi- minished—Has Instruction in Oil-Painting—Commences Portrait-Painting at Bradford—His Commissions —His Letter to Mr. Thompson ..."

3. The History of England, from the Earliest Period, to the Close of the Year by John Bigland (1813)
"Her vanity in this respect remained undi- minished by age; and to flatter her charms, even on the verge of seventy, was the surest method of gaining her ..."

4. The Philosophy of Zoology: Or, A General View of the Structure, Functions by John Fleming (1822)
"... minished number and size of the bruising ones, intimate the most sanguinary of animals. The species are numerous, but ill defined, as the characters ..."

5. Notes, Critical, Explanatory, and Practical, on the Book of Psalms by Albert Barnes (1869)
"39 Again, they are minished s and brought low through oppression, affliction, ... Again, they are minished, etc. Literally, " And they are made to decrease. ..."

6. Biographia Hibernica: A Biographical Dictionary of the Worthies of Ireland by Richard Ryan (1821)
"... minished to the last. He died in 1795. JOHN JARVIS, AN eminent painter on glass, was born in Dublin about 1749- He first practised his art in his native ..."

7. The Edinburgh Gazetteer, Or Geographical Dictionary ...: Accompanied by an Atlas (1822)
"... is continued with a di- minished draft of water, and by cutting two low and narrow necks, not exceeding three miles together, to Cape Fear river; ..."

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