Definition of Northeasts
1. northeast [n] - See also: northeast
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Northeasts
Literary usage of Northeasts
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Sessional Papers by Canada Parliament (1899)
"... which your ship made, was to the north, quarter northeast because your compass-needle northeasts you a quarter at the said Cape of St. Vincent, ..."
2. A Select Collection of Old English Plays by Robert ed Dodsley, William Carew Hazlitt (1874)
"Now we of our side urge them to retreat, And now before them we retire as fast, As on the Alps the sharp north-northeasts wind, Shaking a pine-tree with her ..."
3. Transactions of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and (1894)
"... of the mineral deposits, that they were disposed in extensive series of parallel groups, norths and souths and easts and wests, or rather northeasts and ..."
4. Thomas Holme, 1624-1695: Surveyor General of Pennsylvania by Irma Corcoran (1992)
"... to whom The topography of the depicted on the Delaware north arises near the cen t proceeds in a northeasts J extreme corner of the un Penn. ..."
5. Resources of South-west Virginia: Showing the Mineral Deposits of Iron, Coal by Charles Rufus Boyd (1881)
"It may be remembered, in speaking of iron pyrites, it was stated that this Northern Lode seemed, in going northeasts wardly, to divide at Copperas Hill, ..."
6. John and Sebastian Cabot: Biographical Notice, with Documents by Francesco Tarducci, Henry Francis Brownson (1893)
"... and the reason why the needle northeasts and northwests (varies to the east or west) and why it was to do it, and must northeast or northwest so many ..."