Definition of Scend

1. Verb. Rise or heave upward under the influence of a natural force such as a wave. "The boats surged"

Exact synonyms: Surge
Generic synonyms: Arise, Come Up, Go Up, Lift, Move Up, Rise, Uprise
Derivative terms: Surge



Definition of Scend

1. Noun. The rising motion of water as a wave passes; a surge ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Scend

1. to rise upward, as a ship on a wave [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scend

sceletal
sceleton
sceletons
scelets
scelidate
scena
scenaria
scenaries
scenarii
scenario
scenarios
scenarist
scenarists
scenary
scenas
scend (current term)
scended
scending
scends
scene
scene-dock
scene-docks
scene-shifter
scene-shifters
scene-stealer
scene kid
scene of action
scene painter
scene safety
scened

Literary usage of Scend

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1. The Boston Handel and Haydn Society Collection of Church Music: Being a by Handel and Haydn Society (Boston, Mass.), Mass Handel and Haydn Society (Boston, Lowell Mason (1830)
"... is for - ev - er nigh The souls that fear and love the Lord ; And grace, de - scend - ing :pr±~t±—»r from on high, Fresh hopes of ..."

2. The New Carmina Sacra: Or Boston Collection of Church Music. Comprising the by Boston Academy of Music (1852)
"From God's bright throne do - scend - ing. Saviour reigns ! See prophe - cy ful - fil - ling; The heart of stub-born Jews re - Ient-я, In God's own time ..."

3. The Design and Construction of Harbours: A Treatise on Maritime Engineering by Thomas Stevenson (1874)
"... Sand-drifts — Danger of deepening Harbours — Commercial Value of Channels proportional to Cubes of their Depths—Draughts of Ships— scend of ..."

4. The Design and Construction of Harbours: A Treatise on Maritime Engineering by Thomas Stevenson (1874)
"... Depths—Draughts of Ships— scend of Waves—Ruling Depth of Harbours—Lighthouse Apparatus— Timber Ponds—Harbours with two Entrances—Screw Piles—Economy of ..."

5. The Friends' Hymnal: A Collection of Hymns and Tunes for the Public Worship by Society of Friends (1908)
"Now may the King de - scend, And fill Mis throne of grace; Thy sceptre, Lord, ... De - scend, ce - les - tial Dove, With all Thy quick'ning pmv'rs; ..."

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