Definition of Smutted

1. Verb. (past of smut) ¹



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Definition of Smutted

1. smut [v] - See also: smut

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Smutted

smutch
smutched
smutches
smutchier
smutchiest
smutchin
smutching
smutchy
smuthounds
smutmonger
smutmongers
smuts
smutted (current term)
smuttier
smuttiest
smuttily
smuttiness
smuttinesses
smutting
smutty
smyth
smythite
smytrie
smytries
sn-glycerol-3-phosphorylcholine synthetase
snRNA
snRNAs

Literary usage of Smutted

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1. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science by Kansas Academy of Science (1890)
"The uppermost panicle was not smutted, but it produced no seed. ... There were in all seven smutted heads produced; four of these, together with the ..."

2. The Book of Wheat: An Economic History and Practical Manual of the Wheat by Peter Tracy Dondlinger (1908)
"Smut filaments have also been found in grains which had formed starch.1 In general, smut and wheat seem to de- SECTIONS OK smutted WHEAT STRAW At the left ..."

3. The Book of Corn: A Complete Treatise Upon the Culture, Marketing and Uses edited by Herbert Myrick (1904)
"... the principal or Fig 94—Ear of smutted Corn This ear is affected with smut only at the tip where it was imperfectly covered by the husks. ..."

4. The Book of Corn: A Complete Treatise Upon the Culture, Marketing and Uses by Herbert Myrick (1904)
"These products may be regarded as the principal or rig 94—Ear of smutted Corn This ear is affected with smut only at the tip where it was imperfectly ..."

5. A Journey from Aleppo to Jerusalem: At Easter, A.D. 1697 : to which is Added by Henry Maundrell (1836)
"... sheets : and it is the opinion of these poor people, that if they can but have the happiness to be buried in a shroud smutted with this celestial fire, ..."

6. A Journey from Aleppo to Jerusalem: To which is Added. An Account of the by Henry Maundrell (1836)
"... if they can but have the happiness to be buried in a shroud smutted with this celestial fire, it will certainly secure them from the flames of hell. ..."

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