Definition of Tempested

1. Verb. (past of tempest) ¹



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Definition of Tempested

1. tempest [v] - See also: tempest

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tempested

temperaunce
tempered
temperer
temperers
tempering
temperment
temperments
tempero-mandibular joint
tempero-mandibular joint syndrome
tempers
tempest
tempest-swept
tempest-tossed
tempest-tost
tempest in a teapot
tempested (current term)
tempesting
tempestite
tempestites
tempestivities
tempestivity
tempests
tempests in teapots
tempestuous
tempestuously
tempestuousness
tempi
tempics
tempietto
tempiettos

Literary usage of Tempested

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1. Life and Letters of Thomas Campbell by William Beattie, Thomas Campbell (1850)
"The other is " tempested shore,"—I really do not think it admissible. ... I do not think " tempested" would be an acquisition to our language—if we had it. ..."

2. Southern Presbyterian Review (1858)
"... '•'•wildly tempested from below." Does he know any of the facts connected with the smelting of ores, or any of those connected with the conversion of ..."

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