Definition of Salvoed

1. salvo [v] - See also: salvo



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Salvoed

salves
salvete
salvetes
salvia
salvias
salvific
salvifical
salvifically
salvifying
salving
salvings
salvinorin
salvinorin A
salvinorins
salvo
salvoed (current term)
salvoes
salvoing
salvor
salvors
salvos
salwar
salwar kameez
salzburgite
saléeite
saléeites
sama
samaan
samaans
samadhi

Literary usage of Salvoed

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

1. The Columbian Magazine edited by John Inman, Robert A. West, Stephen M. Chester, Darius Mead (1847)
"... that envious feeling and mortified vanity combined to heighten the pleasure I took in his attentions, and I should have salvoed my sluggish conscience ..."

2. The Electoral System of the United States: A Critical and Historical by David A. McKnight (1878)
"In 1828 Andrew Jackson was elected to the Presidency, and his inauguration was salvoed by the cry of a barbarian, "To the victors belong the spoils ! ..."

3. Report of the 1st-22d Annual Lake Mohonk Conference on International (1895)
"But the lightning which rives that tree is salvoed by the thunder. The sunlight which for many a year has helped it to grow is as silent as gravitation ..."

4. Egypt in 1898 by George Warrington Steevens (1898)
"He was salvoed with applause, whereat he at once passed round the head. On this there came in a stout young man with the face of a Roman emperor, ..."

5. Egypt in 1898 by George Warrington Steevens (1898)
"He was salvoed with applause, whereat he at once passed round the head. On this there came in a stout young man with the face of a Roman ..."

6. The Kingdom (Basileia): An Exegetical Study by George Dana Boardman (1899)
"The lightning that blasts is salvoed by thunder; but the sunlight that heals is noiseless as silence. The conquering forces in Christ's kingdom for time and ..."

7. The Columbian Magazine edited by John Inman, Robert A. West, Stephen M. Chester, Darius Mead (1847)
"... that envious feeling and mortified vanity combined to heighten the pleasure I took in his attentions, and I should have salvoed my sluggish conscience ..."

8. The Electoral System of the United States: A Critical and Historical by David A. McKnight (1878)
"In 1828 Andrew Jackson was elected to the Presidency, and his inauguration was salvoed by the cry of a barbarian, "To the victors belong the spoils ! ..."

9. Report of the 1st-22d Annual Lake Mohonk Conference on International (1895)
"But the lightning which rives that tree is salvoed by the thunder. The sunlight which for many a year has helped it to grow is as silent as gravitation ..."

10. Egypt in 1898 by George Warrington Steevens (1898)
"He was salvoed with applause, whereat he at once passed round the head. On this there came in a stout young man with the face of a Roman emperor, ..."

11. Egypt in 1898 by George Warrington Steevens (1898)
"He was salvoed with applause, whereat he at once passed round the head. On this there came in a stout young man with the face of a Roman ..."

12. The Kingdom (Basileia): An Exegetical Study by George Dana Boardman (1899)
"The lightning that blasts is salvoed by thunder; but the sunlight that heals is noiseless as silence. The conquering forces in Christ's kingdom for time and ..."

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