Definition of Scathes

1. Verb. (third-person singular of scathe) ¹



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Definition of Scathes

1. scathe [v] - See also: scathe

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scathes

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

Literary usage of Scathes

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1. Anne of Geierstein: Or, the Maiden of the Mist by Walter Scott (1894)
"... this is he who wears the wreath of bays Which Jove's dread lightning scathes not. He hath doft Wove by Apollo and the Sisters Nine, The yet more galling ..."

2. Catalogue of the Manuscript Maps, Charts, and Plans, and of the by John Holmes, Frederic Madden, British Museum Dept. of Manuscripts, British Museum (1844)
"scathes, in the parish of Tilbury near Clare. See TILBURY. ... and scathes, in the parish of Tilbury near Clare; it is indorsed " 1598. ..."

3. Atharva-veda Saṁhitā by William Dwight Whitney, Charles Rockwell Lanman (1905)
"Of the Kshatriya who takes to himself that Brahman-cow, who scathes the Brahman, — 6. There departs the happiness ..."

4. Atharva-veda Saṁhitā by William Dwight Whitney (1904)
"Of the Kshatriya who takes to himself that Brahman-cow, who scathes the Brahman, — 6. There departs the happiness ..."

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