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Definition of Concededly
Lexicographical Neighbors of Concededly
Literary usage of Concededly
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Life and Letters of Edwin Lawrence Godkin by Edwin Lawrence Godkin (1907)
"The articles in the North American Review, to which he was speedily asked to contribute, were concededly of a high order, but it was a quarterly. ..."
2. The Law of Real Property and Other Interests in Land by Herbert Thorndike Tiffany (1920)
"... while concededly applicable in the case of a negotiable note,5 has usually been regarded as inapplicable in the case of a non negotiable instrument. ..."
3. An American Glossary by Richard Hopwood Thornton (1912)
"1882 The present Executive Mansion... .is concededly not what NY Evening Post, March 14. Conceit, v. To perceive, to imagine. 1847 He always conceited I was ..."
4. New York Annotated Cases: Selected from the Current Decisions of the New by Wayland Everett Benjamin, James Gereau Greene, Cyrus W. Phillips (1907)
"concededly, if one's signature conforms in every particular to another, one of them must be a forgery, because for all practical purposes no person can ..."
5. Reports of Cases at Law and in Equity Determined by the Supreme Court of the by Iowa Supreme Court, Nathaniel B. Raymond, Benjamin I. Salinger, W. W. Cornwall, Ulysses Grant Whitney, Richard Reichmann, Frederick F. Faville, Charles H. Scholz, Charles W. Barlow (1918)
"... the rights of the parties must be determined in accordance with the terms of the written contract, and this is concededly fatal to plaintiff's cause. ..."
6. The Jews Among the Greeks and Romans by Max Radin (1916)
"E. Cicero, concededly the leader of the Roman bar and still more concededly the social lion of the day, undertook the defense of Lucius Valerius Flaccus, ..."
7. Magna Carta: And Other Addresses by William Dameron Guthrie (1916)
"South Buffalo Railway Company,1 decided last year, in which the court held that a statute concededly novel and revolutionary, creating liability on the part ..."