Definition of Sperthes

1. sperthe [n] - See also: sperthe



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sperthes

speromagnetic
speronara
sperre
sperred
sperres
sperring
sperrylite
sperrylites
sperse
spersed
sperses
spersing
sperst
sperthe
sperthes (current term)
spertiniite
spesh
speshul
spessartine
spessartines
spessartite
spessartites
spet
spetch
spetchel
spetchell
spetchells
spetchels
spetches

Literary usage of Sperthes

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Hansard's Parliamentary Debates by Great Britain Parliament, Thomas Curson Hansard (1879)
"Baronet, and then compare it with the sperthes of those right hon. and hon. Gentlemen who have supported him on the present occasion, but who have con- ..."

2. The World's Great Events: An Indexed History of the World from Earliest by Esther Singleton (1916)
"Horses and banners, gay armor and chivalric trappings, were set at naught by the sperthes and spears of infantry acting on favorable ground. ..."

3. The World's Great Events ...: A History of the World from Ancient to Modern by Esther Singleton (1903)
"Horses and banners, gay armor and chivalric trappings, were set at naught by the sperthes and spears of infantry acting on favorable ground. ..."

4. The World's Great Events ...: An Indexed History of the World from B. C by Ester Singleton (1908)
"Then Scottish archers took to their steel sperthes (who ever loved to come to hand strokes), and hewed into the mass of the English, so that the field, ..."

5. The World's Great Events ...: An Indexed History of the World from B. C by Ester Singleton (1908)
"Horses and banners, gay armor and chivalric trappings, were set at naught by the sperthes and spears of infantry acting on favorable ground. ..."

6. The Knight of King's Guard by Ewan Martin (1899)
"A ring of uplifted swords and sperthes closed immediately about him, and one of the Irish kerns swept the horse's foreleg away with his great axe, ..."

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