Definition of Saidst

1. Verb. (archaic) Second-person singular simple past form of '''say'''. ¹



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Definition of Saidst

1. say [v] - See also: say

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Saidst

saibling
saiblings
saic
saice
saices
saick
saicks
saics
said
said(a)
said and done
saide
saidest
saids
saids vaccines
saidst (current term)
saie
saif
saifs
saiga
saigas
saignée
saikei
saikeis
saikless
saikyr
saikyrs
sail
sail'd
sail-plan

Literary usage of Saidst

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1. The Gospel According to St. John: The Authorized Version by Brooke Foss Westcott (1882)
"Jesus said (saith) to her, Thou saidst well, I have no husband...in that ... and was at last irregularly serving the true God. in that saidst thou truly} ..."

2. Notes, Critical and Practical, on the Book of Genesis: Designed as a General by George Bush (1859)
"12 And ' thou saidst, I will sure-i came to his hand • a present for 13 IT And he lodged there that same night, and took of that which ' •h. ..."

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