Definition of Tamest

1. Adjective. (superlative of tame) ¹



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Definition of Tamest

1. tame [adj] - See also: tame

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tamest

tame
tameable
tameableness
tamed
tamed iodine
tamein
tameins
tameless
tamelessness
tamely
tameness
tamenesses
tamer
tamers
tames
tamest (current term)
tametraline
tamias
tamil
tamin
tamine
tamines
taming
tamings
tamins
tamis
tamise
tamises
tamkin
tamkins

Literary usage of Tamest

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1. Memoirs of an Ex-minister: An Autobiography by James Howard Harris Malmesbury (1885)
"It does not contain any allusion to Reform, and is the tamest production, even for a Queen's Speech, I ever read. From Lord Derby to Lord M. (on the Chinese ..."

2. The History of the Present Parliament, and Convocation: With the Debates by William Pittis (1711)
"... to ferve in the Par I tamest of • the Twenty fifth of November 1710, According to Great Britain, ..."

3. Dictionary of Scientific Illustrations and Symbols: Moral Truths Mirrored in (1894)
"Cuvier describes a young wolf that was brought up like a young dog, and differed in nothing from the tamest dog. Father Carli, in his history of Angola, ..."

4. The Spirit of Laws by Charles de Secondat Montesquieu (1900)
"The tamest cattle—those which seldom ran away, that kept the flocks together, ... And the way in which it happened was, that the most obedient, the tamest ..."

5. The Fortnightly Review (1868)
"The tamest cattle—those which seldom ran away, that kept the flocks together, ... And the way in which it happened was, that the most obedient, the tamest ..."

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