Definition of Steemed
1. steem [v] - See also: steem
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Literary usage of Steemed
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1. Curiosities of Literature: And The Literary Character Illustrated by Isaac Disraeli, Rufus Wilmot Griswold (1851)
"... E steemed high by at), bearing fruit until V ielding to death, his glorious seat did flit The most ingenious of the Puritan poets was the Rer. ..."
2. Bell's Edition by John Bell (1799)
"Of that expedition, and its consequences. Countries iHo-"!* steemed for wool. The decay of arts and sciences -n the ..."
3. Spectator (The)by Richard Steele, Joseph Addison by Richard Steele, Joseph Addison (1836)
"If a lawyer were steemed only as he uses his parts in con- for justice, and were immediately despicable ! appeared in a cause which he could not r was an ..."
4. Dictionary of National Biography by LESLIE. STEPHEN (1891)
"... and was «steemed by some a tolerable poet' (Wooo). Heath's chief work is ' A Brief Chronicle of the late Intestine War in the three Kingdoms of England ..."