Definition of Slades

1. slade [n] - See also: slade



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Slades

slackerish
slackerly
slackers
slackest
slacking
slackline
slacklining
slackly
slackness
slacknesses
slacks
slacktivism
sladang
sladangs
slade
slades (current term)
slae
slaes
slaframine
slaframine toxicosis
slag code
slag heap
slag heaps
slag off
slagged
slaggier
slaggiest
slagginess
slagging

Literary usage of Slades

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1. A Dictionary of English Etymology by Hensleigh Wedgwood (1862)
"The thick and well grown fog doth mat my smoother slades. Drayton in Nares. To Fog. To make shift; to resort to mean expedients. Wer't not for us thou swad, ..."

2. A Selection of Leading Cases, on Various Branches of the Law by John William Smith, John Innes Clark Hare, Horace Binney Wallace, John William Wallace (1855)
"On the sale to the slades, part of the purchase-money was secured by mortgage; and the title- deeds, together with the mortgage-deed, were lodged with ..."

3. A Collection of Statutes Connected with the General Administration of the by Great Britain, William David Evans, Anthony Hammond, Thomas Colpitts Granger (1836)
"And whereas balks slades or meers, which may be waste, do ' often lie very inconveniently interspersed amongst the arable lands in ' common field,' be it ..."

4. The Law Journal for the Year 1832-1949: Comprising Reports of Cases in the (1825)
"Jonas Organ, an uncle of Moses Organ the father, occupied The slades as tenant ... After his death bis widow occupied The slades under the testatrix for 11 ..."

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