Definition of Sipes

1. sipe [v] - See also: sipe



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sipes

sinusoidal
sinusoidal capillary
sinusoidal function
sinusoidal functions
sinusoidal projection
sinusoidally
sinusoids
sinusotomies
sinusotomy
sinuvertebral nerves
sioux
sip
sipage
sipe
siped
sipes (current term)
siphilis
siphon
siphon off
siphonage
siphonages
siphonal
siphonapteran
siphonapterology
siphonarid
siphonariid
siphonariids
siphonata
siphonate
siphoned

Literary usage of Sipes

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

1. The Southern Planter (1852)
"Thomas T. Munford, to January, 1853, 1 AW Nolting, to January, 1853, 1 Henry E. sipes, to January, ..."

2. The American State Reports: Containing the Cases of General Value and by Abraham Clark Freeman (1910)
"The south eighty acres was the better land, and all, or nearly all, in a state of cultivation. sipes and his family moved onto the land in ..."

3. The Dune Country by Earl Howell Reed (1916)
"CHAPTER V OLD sipes BEYOND its barren wastes, inland, the dune country merges into the fertile soil and comes into contact with the highly trained ..."

4. Scheyichbi and the Strand: Or, Early Days Along the Delaware ; with an by Edward Smith Wheeler (1876)
"In their dealings with the white man," says Colonel Wm. B. sipes, in his sketch of the Pennsylvania Railroad, " they were scrupulously honest, ..."

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