Definition of Moisted
1. moist [v] - See also: moist
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Moisted
Literary usage of Moisted
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Bibliotheca Classica: Or, A Dictionary of All the Principal Names and Terms by John Lemprière, John David Ogilby (1839)
"When Metella was going lo be im moisted, the goddess placed a heifer in her place anil carried her to a temple ai Lanuvium, o i-'ici-ilius, or Q.uintus, ..."
2. Later Writings of Bishop Hooper: Together with His Letters and Other Pieces by John Hooper (1852)
"... it must be dried: if it be too dry, it must be moisted: if it be too cold and moist, it must be heated and dried: if it be cold and dry, ..."
3. The Works of John Jewel by John Jewel, John Ayre (1845)
"Tlw lad, being returned home, moisted with some liquor that •r» tpta-^ divine meat to serre the old man ..."
4. The Works of John Jewel, D.D., Bishop of Salisbury by John Jewel, Richard William Jelf (1848)
"Thus much is expressed by e words there- M the Greek is to De construed. The lad, being returned home, moisted with some liquor that divine meat to ..."