Definition of Sewar

1. a medieval servant [n -S]



Lexicographical Neighbors of Sewar

sew up
sewabilities
sewability
sewable
sewadar
sewadars
sewage
sewage disposal
sewage disposal plant
sewage farm
sewage system
sewage works
sewages
sewan
sewans
sewar (current term)
sewardite
sewars
sewed
sewed up
sewel
sewellel
sewellels
sewels
sewen
sewens
sewer
sewer gas
sewer line
sewer main

Literary usage of Sewar

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

1. Sugar Growing and Refining: A Comprehensive Treatise on the Culture of Sugar by Charles George Warnford Lock, George William Wigner, Robert Henry Harland (1882)
"Before sewar is added a fifth time, and on subsequent occasions, the surface of the remaining muscovado in the strainer must, as at first, ..."

2. Sugar: A Handbook for Planters and Refiners by Charles George Warnford Lock, Benjamin E. R. Newlands, John A. R. Newlands (1888)
"Before sewar is added a fifth time, and on subsequent occasions, the surface of the remaining muscovado in the strainer must, as at first, ..."

3. Old Southwark and Its People by William Rendle (1878)
"The expences or rates levied are \2d. per acre in the levels of Duffield sluice, a Bermondsey sewar; 2s. per acre for whiting ground; loJ. upon every tenant ..."

4. Fenland Notes & Queries by Walter Debenham Sweeting (1903)
"... called Mayde loade that the said sewar is growne and landed up from the ... and outrageous water to the great lett of the water wch sit sewar and since ..."

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