Definition of Streigned

1. streigne [v] - See also: streigne



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Streigned

streetsmart
streetwalk
streetwalkers
streetwalkings
streetward
streetwear
streetwise
streetworthy
streety
streight
streighten
streights
streigne
streigned (current term)
streignes
streit
strelitz
strelitzia
strelitzia family
strelitzias
strelkinite
strene
strenes
strengite
strength
strength training
strengthed
strengthen

Literary usage of Streigned

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1. Spenser by Richard William Church (1883)
"Of men of armes he had but small regard, But kept them lowe, and streigned verie hard. For men of learning little he esteemed ; His wisdome he above their ..."

2. Spenser by Richard William Church (1879)
"Of men of armes he had but small regard, But kept them lowe, and streigned verie hard. For men of learning little he esteemed ; His wisdome he above their ..."

3. The Works of the English Poets, from Chaucer to Cowper: Including the Series by Samuel Johnson (1810)
"Of men of armes he had but small regard, But kept them lowe, and streigned verie hard. For men of learning little he esteemed; His wisedome he above their ..."

4. Political Satire in English Poetry by Charles William Previté-Orton (1910)
"... he shares Burleigh's dislike for war and unpractical scholarship: Of men of armes he had but small regard, But kept them lowe, and streigned very hard. ..."

5. The Poetical Works of Edmund Spenser by Edmund Spenser (1860)
"Of men of annes he had but small regard, But kept them lowe, and streigned verie hard. H'.K) For men of learning little he esteemed; His wisedome he above ..."

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