Definition of Stired

1. stire [v] - See also: stire



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stired

stipules
stir
stir-crazy
stir-fried
stir-fries
stir-fry
stir-frying
stir-frys
stir bar
stir fry
stir the pot
stir up
stirabout
stirabouts
stire
stired (current term)
stires
stirfried
stirfries
stirfry
stirfrying
stiriated
stiring
stirious
stirk
stirks
stirless
stirp
stirpes
stirpiculture

Literary usage of Stired

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

1. Yorkshire Writers: Richard Rolle of Hampole, an English Father of the Church by Richard Rolle (1896)
"10 For he righted werld, noght stired sal be ; Déme folk« in ... be stired be se. E Make blis sal be f. ma, H l'e feldes faire bai sal make blisse. ..."

2. Anglo-Saxon and early English psalter: now first printed from manuscripts in by Joseph Stevenson (1843)
"stired fra his face alle erthe be. For he righted werld noght stired sal be ; fat Jo od ... and land fisse ; Be stired fé se, ..."

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