Definition of Sleaves

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



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Definition of Sleaves

1. sleave [v] - See also: sleave

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sleaves

slayed
slayer
slayer rule
slayer rules
slayers
slayeth
slaying
slayings
slayn
slays
slazy
slean
sleans
sleave
sleaved
sleaves (current term)
sleaving
sleaze-ridden
sleaze factor
sleazebag
sleazebags
sleazeball
sleazemonger
sleazemongers
sleazes
sleazier
sleaziest
sleazily

Literary usage of Sleaves

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1. The Bible explainer; or A dictionary of the names, countries [&c.] as by William Nicholson (1870)
"The common garment, mue days of Christ, was a sort of shirt a tunic, reaching to the ankles, gof- ally with sleaves, but sometimes Ьт ing only arm-holes. ..."

2. Ecclesiastical Chronicle for Scotland by James Frederick Skinner Gordon (1875)
"... such as a shirt without sleaves. In this garb they stood some time before the Altar, and then returned to another roome, and after a little come in ..."

3. Analecta Scotica: Collections Illustrative of the Civil, Ecclesiastical, and by James Maidment (1834)
"... such as a shirt without sleaves. In this garb they stood some time before the altar, and then returned to another roome, and after a little come in ..."

4. Analecta Scotica:: Collections Illustrative of the Civil, Ecclesiastical by James Maidment (1834)
"... such as a shirt without sleaves. In this garb they stood some time before the altar, and then returned to another roome, and after a little come in ..."

5. Publications by Musical Antiquarian Society (1842)
"... of white taffeta wth sleaves of the same and uppon them had longe ... wthout sleaves, Indented at the ..."

6. The Poems of William Browne of Tavistock by William Browne, Arthur Henry Bullen (1894)
"... far lesser than itself), Brought in the covering made of white rose leaves, 745 And (wrought together with the spinner's sleaves) 72}. ..."

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