Definition of Exeme
1. exeem [v EXEMED, EXEMING, EXEMES] - See also: exeem
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Exeme
Literary usage of Exeme
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Sermons by Robert Bruce, Robert Wodrow (1843)
"... or can ye exeme, the bodie of Christ ? Be the law' of nature ye cannot, for he was made of the seed of David, and took on true flesh of the womb of the ..."
2. Livy's History of Rome: The First Five Books by Livy (1903)
"An early instance of exeme, which is chiefly a Scottish word, although exempt is standard English. On the other hand, English has accepted redeem, ..."
3. The Poems of William Dunbar by William Dunbar, Aeneas James George Mackay, George Powell McNeill (1893)
"The point of interrogation should be placed after/ame. 156. And syne, &c. = And then examine or question me in the same way. exeme=\o examine, to question. ..."
4. History of the War in the Peninsula, and in the South of France: From the by William Francis Patrick Napier (1851)
"... three in number, between exeme and Galisancho, some seven or eight miles above Alba de Tonnes; easy in themselves, they were suited from the ..."
5. Orations of British Orators: Including Biographical and Critical Sketches edited by Richard Garnett (1899)
"To exeme us from this horrible confusion, our most merciful Father, knowing that our frail minds should hereby have been continually dejected, ..."