Definition of Suedes

1. suede [v] - See also: suede



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Suedes

sudsier
sudsiest
sudsing
sudsing up
sudsless
sudsy
sueable
sued
suede
suede cloth
suede glove
sueded
suedehead
suedeheads
suedelike
suedes (current term)
suedette
suedettes
sueding
suently
suer
suers
sues
suessite
suet
suet pudding
sueth
suetier
suetiest
suetlike

Literary usage of Suedes

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

1. A Brief Historical Relation of State Affairs from September 1678 to April 1714 by Narcissus Luttrell (1857)
"That king Stanislaus designs to march thro' Silesia and invade Saxony, while the suedes oppose the Muscovites; from whom it's said the Suedish admiral has ..."

2. Historical Notices of Scotish Affairs: Selected from the Manuscripts of Sir by David Laing (1848)
"... on the head by the overruling power of the King's letter, im- petrat by the suedes ... suedes ..."

3. Historical Notices of Scotish Affairs: Selected from the Manuscripts of Sir by David Laing (1848)
"... on the head by the overruling power of the King's letter, im- petrat by the suedes ... suedes ..."

4. A Brief Historical Relation of State Affairs: From September 1678 to April 1714 by Narcissus Luttrell (1857)
"... which the suedes to prevent have sunk. From Dresden, that king Augustus was set out for Poland: the lord Stairs came tune enough to have an audience, ..."

5. The Manuscripts of the Earl of Buckinghamshire, the Earl of Lindsey, the by William Hillier Onslow Onslow, Montague Peregrine Bertie Lindsey, William Monsell Emly, Theodore Julius Hare, James Round, Robert Hampden Hampden, Francis Hare, Edmund Sexten Pery Pery, Francis Henry Blackburne Daniell, Arthur Onslow, James Joel Cartwr (1895)
"The suedes have also erected lately three gunpowder mills in Schonen, where they dig a good quantity of saltpetre and furnish themselves and neighbours at ..."

6. American Revisions and Additions to the Encyclopaedia Britannica by William Harrison De Puy (1892)
"Gloves, suedes, lined and embroidered, $1.50 doz., not less than 50 per cent. Glue, value not over 7c. per Ib . 1 l-2o. per Ib. Glucose, 3 4c. per Ib. Gold, ..."

7. Narratives of New Netherland, 1609-1664 by John Franklin Jameson (1909)
"The suedes had plantations in Dillow-bay formerly; but of late years the Hollanders went there, dismissed the suedes, seated themselves there, ..."

8. Readings in American History by David Saville Muzzey (1921)
"The suedes had a plantation in Dillow-bay formerly ; but of late years the Hollanders went there [1655], dismissed the suedes, seated themselves there, ..."

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