Definition of Suttled

1. suttle [v] - See also: suttle



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Suttled

sutlerships
sutlery
sutling
sutor
sutorial
sutorian
sutors
sutra
sutras
sutta
suttas
suttee
sutteeism
suttees
suttle
suttled (current term)
suttles
suttling
suttly
sutura
sutura coronalis
sutura frontalis
sutura intermaxillaris
sutura internasalis
sutura lamboidea
sutura sagittalis
sutural
sutural bone
suturally
suturated

Literary usage of Suttled

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1. Hand-book of the Law of Bills and Notes by Charles Phelps Norton, Francis Buchanan Tiffany (1900)
""1 have no doubt, where a person has an office or known and suttled place of business for the transaction of his moneyed concerns, * • * a presentment and ..."

2. A Dictionary of the Bible, Comprising Its Antiquities, Biography, Geography edited by William Smith (1898)
"... they gradually assimilated themselves to th« uM inhabitants of the country (ib. 25). Thev relinquished too the suttled'mode of life and ..."

3. Publications of the Nebraska State Historical Society by Nebraska State Historical Society (1907)
"... came out to America in 1 640, twenty years after the landing of the Pilgrim Fathers, and suttled at Braintree, Massachusetts. ..."

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