Definition of Scathed

1. Verb. (past of scathe) ¹



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Definition of Scathed

1. scathe [v] - See also: scathe

Lexicographical Neighbors of Scathed

scarting
scarts
scarus
scarved
scarves
scary
scat singing
scatback
scatbacks
scatch
scatches
scatemia
scath
scathe
scathed (current term)
scatheless
scathes
scathful
scathfulness
scathing
scathingly
scathingness
scathless
scaths
scatole
scatoles
scatolia
scatolias

Literary usage of Scathed

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

1. The Conquest of Canada by George Warburton (1850)
"Masses of floating trees, whose large branches were scathed by months of alternate immersion and exposure, during hundreds of leagues of travel, ..."

2. Literary and Theological Review by Leonard Woods, Charles D. Pigeon (1835)
"... he will at the same time see this monster made to reflect, from its' scathed and tortured brow, the infinite glory of the divine JUSTICE, HOLINESS, ..."

3. Remarks on Forest Scenery and Other Woodland Views by William Gilpin (1834)
"Neither the scathed nor the unbalanced oak would suit a polished situation. Here, too, if the situation suits it, the elegant temple may find a place. ..."

4. Short Patent Sermons by Elbridge Gerry Paige (1845)
"surround and grace the parent tree, like ivy entwining and adorning the time-scathed oak. So mote it he! INCONSTANCY. TEXT.—I hate inconstancy—I loath, ..."

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