Definition of Scaiths
1. scaith [v] - See also: scaith
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scaiths
Literary usage of Scaiths
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Triangle: A Series of Numbers Upon Three Theological Points, Enforced by Samuel Whelpley (1832)
"... and scaiths another as the morbid dissector does his subject, to lay bare the muscles:—in fine, his theory is his line, which he stretches upon the ..."
2. History of the Viceroys of Ireland: With Notices of the Castle of Dublin and by John Thomas Gilbert (1865)
"... and had done him " harms and scaiths " to the extent of one thousand pounds. The concluding charge was, that Ormonde hud unlawfully arrested Sir John ..."
3. Arbroath and Its Abbey; Or, The Early History of the Town and Abbey of by David Miller (1860)
"... he sall yield the bondman with all his goods and cattle, and sall give to the lord of the bondman double of all his scaiths by him sustained, ..."