Definition of Peartest

1. peart [adj] - See also: peart



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Peartest

pearly princes
pearly princess
pearly princesses
pearly queen
pearly queens
pearly razorfish
pearly whites
pearmain
pearmains
pears
pears of anguish
pearshaped
pearst
peart
pearter
peartest (current term)
peartly
peartness
peartnesses
pearwood
pearwoods
peary
peas
peas and rice
peasant
peasant blouse
peasant revolt
peasant revolts
peasant shirt
peasanthood

Literary usage of Peartest

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1. The Wit and Humor of America by Marshall Pinckney Wilder (1911)
"... Wednesday evening: "I 'low they'll app'int the Squire to gin out the words to-night. They mos' always do, you see, kase he's the peartest ole man in ..."

2. Werner's Readings and Recitations (1907)
"Of all the gals what set aroun' the pile of corn thet day, A-twistin' off the rustlin' husks ez if 'twas only play, The peartest one of all the lot—'n they ..."

3. The Raid of the Guerilla: And Other Stories by Mary Noailles Murfree, Charles Egbert Craddock (1912)
"Didn't seem beset with them rheumatics he used ter talk about—peartest leetle 'possum of a baby! " Tank Dysart lost no time in his investigations and he had ..."

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