Definition of Scaithing

1. scaith [v] - See also: scaith



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scaithing

scag
scagged
scagging
scaglia
scaglias
scagliola
scagliolas
scags
scail
scailed
scailing
scails
scainiite
scaith
scaithed
scaithing (current term)
scaiths
scala
scala media
scala tympani
scala vestibuli
scalabilities
scalability
scalable
scalably
scalade
scalades
scalado
scalados
scalae

Literary usage of Scaithing

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1. The Correspondence of Leigh Hunt by Leigh Hunt (1862)
"It was during one of these attacks that he paid a visit to a schoolfellow in Nottinghamshire. To MARIANNE. scaithing Moor, Nottinghamshire, Wednesday Eve, ..."

2. The Correspondence of Leigh Hunt by Leigh Hunt (1862)
"It was during one of these attacks that he paid a visit to a schoolfellow in Nottinghamshire. To MARIANNE. scaithing Moor, Nottinghamshire, Wednesday Eve, ..."

3. Ordnance Gazetteer of Scotland: A Survey of Scottish Topography, Statistical by Francis Hindes Groome (1885)
"For he counselled them to exercise all such scaithing and oppression upon the realm as he had done himself upon the poor tenants of Glasgow. ..."

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