Definition of Pettled
1. pettle [v] - See also: pettle
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Literary usage of Pettled
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Treaty of Peace with Germany by Germany (1918- ), Germany (1918- ) Treaties, etc. 1918-, Allied and Associated Powers (1914-1920), United States Congress Senate, Germany, etc. 1918 Treaties, June 28 Treaty with Germany, 1919 (1919)
"... And whereas the occupation by the Roumanians of the northwestern part of Bukovina pettled by Ukrainians, and eastern Galicia by Poles, does not give a ..."
2. Travels in New-England and New-York by Timothy Dwight (1821)
"... to have adopted a regular, but easy, industry ; and to have formed a pettled character, which seems unlikely to be soon changed by their descendants. ..."
3. The Rebellion Record: A Diary of American Events, with Documents, Narratives by Frank Moore, Edward Everett (1862)
"... party were regaled *r cakes, and exchanged for them trinkets 1Ы ^-y The locality was pettled from Jamestown it and was incorporated a century afterward ..."
4. The History of British India by James Mill, Horace Hayman Wilson (1848)
"... but from the evidence of various Europeans, merchant and missionaries, pettled at Amarapura, and, before the war, admitted to the intimacy of the ..."
5. Cases on American Constitutional Law by Lawrence Boyd Evans (1898)
"... that not only the controversies in which a State is plaintiff, but also those in which a State is defendant, should be pettled; both cases, therefore, ..."
6. A Systematic Treatise, Historical, Etiological, and Practical, on the by Daniel Drake (1854)
"On the other hand, it is a disease of the country, and especially of newly- pettled parts, where the amount of forest is so great, as to maintain a high ..."