Definition of Seewing

1. sue [v] - See also: sue



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Seewing

seesaw nystagmus
seesawed
seesawing
seesaws
seest
seeth
seethe
seethed
seether
seethers
seethes
seething
seethingly
seethings
seethrough
seewing (current term)
sefirot
seg
segar
segars
segawa's dystonia
segelerite
segement
segemented
segements
segetal
segfault
segfaulted
segfaulting
segfaults

Literary usage of Seewing

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1. The British poets, including translations by British poets (1822)
"... for faire ladies love and glories gaine, My native soile have lefte, my dayes to spend In seewing deeds of armes, my lives and labors end. ..."

2. The Builders of the Nation: A History of the United States, Including by Stanley-Bradley Publishing Co (1892)
"He pledged his personal estate to the extent of $150000 to make good any loss by depreciation, but his patriotic pledge for the seEWING, Thomas, ..."

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