Definition of Moste
1. mote [v] - See also: mote
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Moste
Literary usage of Moste
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Gentleman's Magazine (1829)
"... in this the Kinges Majesties moste Jugge, 1552, and I cannot discover n""1? us watche men and overseers, too ad- any copper-plate portrait engraved of ..."
2. The Canterbury Tales of Geoffrey Chaucer: A New Text with Illustrative Notes by Geoffrey Chaucer (1847)
"11926—Which was the moste free. Tyrwhitt remarks that, The same question is stated in the conclusion of ..."
3. Select English Works of John Wyclif by John Wycliffe (1871)
"Hit is moste esy and light, for Crist hymself seys frat his jok is ... Hit is moste siker, for hit is confermed of God, and not of synful men ; and no mon ..."
4. Nugæ Antiquæ: Being a Miscellaneous Collection of Original Papers, in Prose by John Harington (1804)
"... we againe, moste gracious Soveraigne Ladie, acknowledge our selves, and all that we have, to depend upon your preservacion, and being, according to our ..."