Definition of Astone

1. astonish [v ASTONED, ASTONING, ASTONES] - See also: astonish



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Astone

astilbes
astipulate
astipulated
astipulates
astipulating
astipulation
astipulations
astir
astir(p)
astochastic
astomatal
astomatic
astomatous
astomous
astone (current term)
astoned
astones
astonie
astonied
astoniedness
astonies
astoning
astonish
astonishable
astonished
astonishedly
astonishedness
astonishes
astonishing

Literary usage of Astone

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1. The Annals of Our Time: A Diurnal of Events, Social and Political Home and by Joseph Irving (1889)
"astone. The young traveller afterwards — Fire at Kentish Town railway station, destroying the upper part of the premises and tone adjoining properties. ..."

2. Surrey Archaeological Collections by Surrey Archaeological Society (1906)
"... of Richard astone in lauds... of Thomas astone in goods of Richard Gatton in lands... of Edwarde Laurence in goods of John Gyles in goods of John astone ..."

3. Archaeologia Cantiana by Kent Archaeological Society (1858)
"This Sir Robert astone was son of Sir Robert of Ashton-under-Line, and filled many honourable offices, such as Admiral of the Narrow Seas, ..."

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