Definition of Stewer

1. one who stews [n -S] - See also: stews



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stewer

stewardesses
stewardii
stewarding
stewardless
stewardlike
stewardly
stewards
stewardship
stewardships
stewartite
stewartries
stewartry
stewbum
stewbums
stewed
stewer (current term)
stewers
stewier
stewiest
stewing
stewing pan
stewingly
stewings
stewish
stewlike
stewpan
stewpans
stewpond
stewponds
stewpot

Literary usage of Stewer

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1. Report and Transactions (1864)
"Jan stewer in Western Weekly News, 30 January, 1909. RPC" No doubt a corruption of " not that I know." More usually No-tino-by. ..."

2. Highways and Byways in Devon and Cornwall: By Arthur H. Norway; with by Arthur Hamilton Norway (1904)
"... he got up to the top of the hill, All along, down along, out along Lee ; And he seed his old marc down a making her will, With Bill Brewer, Jan stewer, ..."

3. Report and Transactions of the Devonshire Association for the Advancement of (1875)
"stewer " is used about Ashburton and Torquay. ... Dust" Bock—" stewer. A dust; a fuss." Lock—" STURE. A dust raised. ..."

4. Epea Pteroenta =: Or, The Diversions of Purley by John Horne Tooke (1807)
"... nescio an a Teut. stewer, ful- " crum ; vel a nostro store, ... horreum, grana- " rium; vel fort- quasi stewer vel ..."

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