Definition of Sdeign

1. v. t. To disdain.



Definition of Sdeign

1. Verb. (obsolete) To disdain. (defdate 16th-17th c.) ¹

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Definition of Sdeign

1. to disdain [v -ED, -ING, -S] - See also: disdain

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sdeign

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scythewhet
scythian
scything
scytodermata
scæne
scænes
sdaine
sdained
sdaines
sdaining
sdayn
sdayned
sdayning
sdayns
sdeign (current term)
sdeigne
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sdeignes
sdeigning
sdeigns
sdein
sdeined
sdeining
sdeins
sdrucciola
se'nnight
se'nnights
se-tenant
se-tenants

Literary usage of Sdeign

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1. The Paradise Lost by John Milton (1850)
"Ambition: A worse passion, as it prompted him to impious efforts to acquire equal dominion with God. 50. sdeign'd : Disdained, from the Italian ..."

2. The Paradise Lost by John Milton (1851)
"Ambition: A worse passion, as it prompted him to impious efforts to acquire equal dominion with God. 50. sdeign'd: Disdained, from the Italian ..."

3. The Poetical Works of Edmund Spenser by Edmund Spenser (1860)
"... as if he aspyr'd To dignitie, and sdeign'd 2 the low degree ; That all, which did such ... sdeign'd, disdained. ..."

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