Definition of Fanded
1. fand [v] - See also: fand
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fanded
Literary usage of Fanded
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Seasons by James Thomson (1744)
"... Tumbling thro' Rocks abrupt, and founding far ; Then o'er the fanded Valley floating ... fanded ..."
2. The Philosophical Transactions and Collections, to the End of the Year 1700 by Royal Society (Great Britain), John Lowthorp, Henry Jones, John Eames, John Martyn (1716)
"... of well-fanded Ground, tho' it be but ... well fanded Places, alfo little or no Snov lies ; there is a continual ..."
3. The Diary of Mr. John Lamont of Newton. 1649-1671 by John Lamont (1830)
"... had mutch of ther corne fanded, by breaking foorth of the waters, ... and mutch corne fanded. 1659, Sept. 6. ..."
4. The Art of English Poetry: Containing by Edward Bysshe (1762)
"My Hounds are bred out of the Spartan Kind ; So flu'd, fo fanded, and their Heads are hung ... Like Tygers flu'd, and fanded as the Shore, With Ears and ..."
5. The Sportsman's Dictionary; Or, The Gentleman's Companion: for Town and ...Hunting (1785)
"Make two other flies, their bodies dubbed as the lail ; butin the one mingle fanded hog's down ; and in the other black hog's down : wings, ..."
6. The Philosophical Transactions and Collections to the End of the Year MDCC by Royal Society (Great Britain)., John Lowthorp (1749)
"And this Grafs of well-fanded Ground, tho' it be but ... well-fanded Places, alfo little or no Snow lies i there is a continual ..."