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Definition of Cabined
1. cabin [v] - See also: cabin
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cabined
Literary usage of Cabined
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Preacher's Lantern (1873)
"... people than a real boon either way, that as many have been spoilt " for want of the book" as have been cramped and fettered, cabined, cribbed, confined, ..."
2. The Oxonian in Thelemarken; Or, Notes of Trave in Southwestern Norway in by Frederick Metcalfe (1858)
"... cabined, and confined—A disappointment—The original outrigger—The cat-lynx—A wealthy Norwegian farmer —Bear-talk—The consequence of taking a drop too ..."