Definition of Peined

1. pein [v] - See also: pein



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Peined

pegs
pegtatoid
pegylates
peh
pehlevi
pehs
peignoir
peignoirs
pein
peinct
peincted
peincting
peincts
peine
peine forte et dure
peined (current term)
peining
peins
peirameter
peirameters
peirastic
peise
peised
peises
peishwa
peishwah
peishwahs
peishwas
peising
peisleyite

Literary usage of Peined

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1. On Early English Pronunciation, with Especial Reference to Shakspere and by Alexander John Ellis (1871)
"... and fore peined Til bat he knowe his goddes ... and fore peined, Till that he knowe his goddes ..."

2. On Early English Pronunciation, with Especial Reference to Shakespeare and by Alexander John Ellis, Francis James Child, William Salesbury, Johann Andreas Schmeller, Alexander Barclay, Johan Winkler (1871)
"... and fore peined Til bat he knowe his goddes ... and fore peined, Till that he knowe his goddes ..."

3. 1896 Illustrated General Catalogue of the Buffalo Horizontal and Upright by Buffalo Forge Company (1896)
"The cuts on pages 24 and 28 clearly illustrate the construction, it is fitted with cast shoes filled with best babbitt metal, peined in. and then turned to ..."

4. Report of the United States Board Appointed to Test Iron, Steel and Other Metals by Lester Anthony Beardslee, Theodore Thaddeus Sobieski Laidley, Andrew Alexander Blair, Robert Henry Thurston, United States Board for testing iron, steel, and other metals (1892)
"The metal was evidently capable of retaining, at least for the time being, more intense strains, which in peined disk D, when reduced to -".17 thickness, ..."

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