Definition of Styed

1. sty [v] - See also: sty



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Styed

stutterer
stutterers
stuttering
stuttering(a)
stutteringly
stutterings
stutters
stuttery
sty
stycas
stycerin
stychomythia
stychomythias
stye
styed (current term)
styes
stygian
stygiophobia
stygmergetic
stygofauna
stying
stylar
stylaster
stylasters
stylate
style
style guide
style of architecture
style of cause

Literary usage of Styed

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

1. A Student's Pastime: Being a Select Series of Articles Reprinted from "Notes by Walter William Skeat (1896)
"styed simply means 'climbed,' and hence 'ascended,' as in the illustration given. Sty, a ladder, something to climb by, is one of its derivatives, ..."

2. Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge by Charles Knight (1842)
"If fairly treated, it is by no means a dirty animal ; but it is too often styed up in its own filth. There u re few more pleasing scenes in the farm-yard ..."

3. The Travels of Sir John Mandeville: The Version of the Cotton Manuscript in by John Mandeville, Alfred William Pollard, Giovanni, Willem van Ruysbroeck, Odorico (1905)
"But Jesus styed to heavens all quick. And therefore they say, that the Christian men err and have no good knowledge of this, and that they believe ..."

4. The Travels of Sir John Mandeville: The Version of the Cotton Manuscript in by John Mandeville, Alfred William Pollard, Giovanni, Willem van Ruysbroeck, Odorico (1905)
"But Jesus styed to heavens all quick. And therefore they say, that the Christian men err and have no good knowledge of this, and that they believe ..."

5. Epea Pteroenta, Or, The Diversions of Purley by John Horne Tooke, Richard Taylor (1840)
"... styed into the top castell, and brought hym tydings glad. ... and styed out of hell up in to the ayre. ..."

6. The Travels of Sir John Mandeville: The Version of the Cotton Manuscript in by John Mandeville (1900)
"But Jesus styed to heavens all quick. And therefore they say, that the Christian men err and have no good knowledge of this, and that they believe ..."

7. A Student's Pastime: Being a Select Series of Articles Reprinted from "Notes by Walter William Skeat (1896)
"styed= ... be translated by ‘styed in years'; but it is misleading. because, though the Swedish verb ..."

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