Definition of Sewin

1. n. Same as Sewen.



Definition of Sewin

1. Noun. (context: in Wales) sea trout ¹

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Definition of Sewin

1. sewen [n -S] - See also: sewen

Medical Definition of Sewin

1. Same as Sewen. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sewin

sewer line
sewer main
sewer rat
sewer system
sewer water
sewerage
sewerages
sewered
sewering
sewerings
sewerless
sewerlike
sewerman
sewermen
sewers
sewin (current term)
sewing
sewing-machine
sewing-machine operator
sewing-machine stitch
sewing basket
sewing circle
sewing kit
sewing lounge
sewing machine
sewing machines
sewing needle
sewing room
sewing spasm
sewing up

Literary usage of Sewin

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Wit and Humor of America by Marshall Pinckney Wilder (1911)
"He felt well, and he proposed to me that I should have a sewin' machine. ... Says I, "Josian> I have got a couple of sewin' machines by me that have run ..."

2. The Ecclesiastical History of England and Normandy by Ordericus Vitalis, Léopold Delisle, Guizot (François) (1854)
"In the year of our Lord 999, the venerable Archbishop sewin began to restore the abbey of St. Peter at Melun from the foundations, and establishing there a ..."

3. Ballads & Songs of Lancashire: Chiefly Older Than the 19th Century by John Harland (1865)
"sewin'-CLASS SONG. By SAMUEL LAYCOCK. COME lasses, let's cheer up an' sing; ... sewin'-schoo' to ring, and stitch away loike mad ; We 'll try an' mak' th' ..."

4. Lancashire Lyrics: Modern Songs and Ballads of the County Palatine by John Harland (1866)
"sewin'-CLASS SONG. BY SAMUEL LAYCOCK. COME lasses, let's cheer up an' sing; ... sewin'-schoo' to ring, and stitch away loike mad ; We 'll try an' mak' th' ..."

5. Poems by Edwin Leibfreed (1913)
"WHEN A WOMAN'S sewin' There ain't no thin' seems more soothin' Than to watch a ... When Maria gits to sewin', An' there's nothin' much to do But to sit ..."

6. Trout and Salmon Fishing in Wales by George Agar Hansard (1834)
"The sewin differs from the common salmon in various particulars, that will not fail to strike the eye on comparing the two fishes. ..."

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