Definition of Guestened

1. guesten [v] - See also: guesten



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Guestened

guest of honor
guest of honour
guest room
guest rooms
guest rope
guest ropes
guest speaker
guest speakers
guest star
guest worker
guest workers
guestbook
guestbooks
guested
guesten
guestened (current term)
guestens
guestfriendliness
guestfriendly
guestfriendship
guestfriendships
guesthouse
guesthouses
guestimate
guestimated
guestimates
guestimating
guestimation
guestimations
guesting

Literary usage of Guestened

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1857)
"Weel may ye ken Last night I was right scarce o' men; But Toppet Hob o' the Mains had guestened while I kept the back-door wi' a lance; But they bae run him ..."

2. The Monastery: A Romance by Walter Scott (1825)
"Here have I come this length, trusting the godly Earl of Moray would be on his march to the Borders, for. he was to have guestened with the Baron of Avenel; ..."

3. The Waverley Novels by Walter Scott (1870)
"Here have I come this length, trusting the godly Earl of Murray would be on his march to the Borders, for he was to have guestened with the Baron of Avenel; ..."

4. Edinburgh Essays by University of Edinburgh (1857)
"Weel may ye ken Last night I was right scarce o' men ; But Toppet Hob o' the Mains had guestened in my house by chance. I set him to wear the fore-door wi' ..."

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