Definition of Scabbarded

1. scabbard [v] - See also: scabbard



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scabbarded

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sbirri
sbirro
sbirros
sborgite
sborgites
sc
sc-19220
sc.
scRNP
scaRNA
scaRNAs
scab
scabbard
scabbard trachea
scabbarded (current term)
scabbarding
scabbards
scabbed
scabbedness
scabbier
scabbiest
scabbily
scabbiness
scabbing
scabble
scabbled
scabbles
scabbling
scabblings

Literary usage of Scabbarded

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1. The Iliad of Homer by Homer, Andrew Lang, Walter Leaf, Ernest Myers (1915)
"And many fair brands, dark - scabbarded and hilted, fell to the ground, some from the hands, some from off the shoulders of warring men, and the black earth ..."

2. The Iliad of Homer by Homer (1903)
"And many fair brands, dark - scabbarded and hiked, fell to the ground, some from the hands, some from off the shoulders of warring men, and the black earth ..."

3. Kim by Rudyard Kipling (1905)
"It i? true he was seventy odd, that his scabbarded sword ceased at the hilt; but he represented the authority of the Sahiba, and loaded wains, ..."

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