Definition of Slothed
1. sloth [v] - See also: sloth
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Literary usage of Slothed
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1. On the Origin of Species: By Means of Natural Selection, Or, the by Charles Darwin (1883)
"... or on the trees, their seeds and seedlings, or on the other plants which first slothed the ground and thus checked the growth of the trees! ..."
2. Music in the History of the Western Church: With an Introduction on by Edward Dickinson (1902)
"... direct or derived, and as certain modern composers, such as Berlioz, seize their first conceptions already slothed in orchestral garb, so Bach seemed to ..."
3. The Works of Alexander Hamilton: Containing His Correspondence, and His by Alexander Hamilton (1851)
"But when there is an hereditary chief magistrate, slothed with dazzling prerogatives and a great patronage, there is a powerful counterpoise, which, ..."
4. Evenings at the Microscope: Or, Researches Among the Munuter Organs and by Philip Henry Gosse (1896)
"... of apparently a long-oval shape, polished on the surface, but not smooth, because covered with minute depressed lines, and slothed with shaggy hair. ..."
5. American Agriculturist (1846)
"Many are the anecdotes we have heard of Powers from his associates ; all these, and a thousand more, has Mr. Lester given us in this autobiography, slothed ..."
6. Transactions of the American Entomological Society. by American Entomological Society (1891)
"«slothed sparely with long brownish hairs. Length .75 inch. ^. Space between the eyes at top equal to the length of the first joint of ..."