Definition of Speering

1. inquiry [n -S] - See also: inquiry



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Speering

speedwalk
speedwalking
speedwalks
speedway
speedways
speedwell
speedwells
speedy
speel
speeled
speeler
speelers
speeling
speels
speered
speering (current term)
speerings
speers
speight
speights
speil
speiled
speiling
speils
speir
speired
speiring
speirings
speirs
speise

Literary usage of Speering

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1. The Irish Jurist (1849)
"speering, decided ¡u this court, 7th May, 1842. Lawson, in reply.—In this case the costs of the suit have been paid, and that distinguishes it from Lautour ..."

2. The New England Historical and Genealogical Register by Henry Fitz-Gilbert Waters (1916)
"[Signed] William Blake. Witness: Nicholas Blake. Codicil, 27 November 1641. Whereas my son in law William speering doth owe unto me £100. ..."

3. The Bookman (1898)
"Is " speering" English or Scots ? Either way, it is misspelt. Her old habit of coining words is not yet successful. ..."

4. The Metropolitan (1838)
"Immense was the triumphant quacking overhead—furious was the mirth of Horsman and speering, while the poor, dripping, goose-defeated sportsmen scrambled ..."

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