Definition of Skaithed
1. skaith [v] - See also: skaith
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Literary usage of Skaithed
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. An Abridgement of the Acts of the Parliaments of Scotland: From the Reign of by William Alexander (1841)
"... bait h the partie skaithed, and the Ad- vocatis ... and un- skaithed, under the paine of ... skaithed ..."
2. The Register of the Privy Council of Scotland by Scotland Privy Council (1905)
"... the satisfaction and redresse to be made be thame to the partie skaithed in caise of the partie delinquent his flight and not appearance to his ..."
3. The Book of Mackay by Angus Mackay (1906)
"... his tenants, his kin, freinds, and men, and all others depends on him unhurt, hermit, or skaithed in ony manner of way, other than law will, ..."
4. Tales of My Landlord by Walter Scott, Jedidiah Cleishbotham, Robert Morton (1820)
"... now, if ony mischance happen to Grace, which God forbid, or to mysel, or to the poor dumb tyke; or if I be skaithed and injured in body, gudes, or gear, ..."
5. English and Scottish Ballads edited by Francis James Child (1860)
"... Who never skaithed thee ! " O spare, if in your bluidy breast Abides not heart of stane ! 0 spare, an* ye sail hae o' gold That ye can carry name ! ..."