Definition of Stonds
1. stond [n] - See also: stond
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stonds
Literary usage of Stonds
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Bacon's Essays by Francis Bacon, Richard Whately, Franklin Fiske Heard (1884)
"The removal of the stonds and impediments of the mind, that often clears the passage and current to a man's fortune.'—Bacon's Letter to Sir Henry Savill. ..."
2. The Higher Study of English by Albert Stanburrough Cook (1906)
"But, whether the propaedeutic ideally required be mathematics, or science, or philosophy, at all events, if we detect in the student certain ' stonds or ..."
3. The Acts and Monuments of John Foxe: With a Life of the Martyrologist, and by John Foxe, George Townsend (1844)
"... wot not vhere that place stonds. This article said I not, that I haue mind of, in this maner : but oft I haue Answer •aid and yet will, that men should ..."