Definition of Sithing

1. Verb. (present participle of sithe) ¹



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Definition of Sithing

1. sithe [v] - See also: sithe

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sithing

sites
siteswap
siteswap notation
siteswaps
sitewide
sitfast
sitfasts
sith
sithe
sithed
sithee
sithen
sithence
sithens
sithes
sithing (current term)
sitinakite
siting
sito-
sitocalciferol
sitologies
sitology
sitomania
sitooteries
sitootery
sitophobia
sitostane
sitosterol
sitosterols
sitotaxis

Literary usage of Sithing

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1. The Works of John Marston by John Marston (1856)
"... so I say sithing, and sithing say my end is to paste up a si quis. My masters fortunes are forc'd to ..."

2. Anonymiana: Or, Ten Centuries of Observations on Various Authors and Subjects by Samuel Pegge, John Nichols (1809)
"... pronounce sithe and sithing; and I have heard people of account approve of this method of speaking. But gh, in these cases, is undoubtedly quiescent, ..."

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