Definition of Sleeted

1. Verb. (past of sleet) ¹



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Definition of Sleeted

1. sleet [v] - See also: sleet

Lexicographical Neighbors of Sleeted

sleepy-dust
sleepy-eyed
sleepy cod
sleepy dust
sleepy head
sleepy sickness
sleepyhead
sleepyheaded
sleepyheads
sleepytime
sleer
sleest
sleet
sleetch
sleeted (current term)
sleetier
sleetiest
sleetiness
sleeting
sleets
sleety
sleeve
sleeve-link
sleeve board
sleeve graft
sleeve notes
sleeved
sleeveen
sleeveens

Literary usage of Sleeted

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

1. Biennial Report by Missouri Board of Immigration (1867)
"Suddenly turned and sleeted. " 29. Thermometer 40' morning. Dee'r 12. Rained. " 1.4. ... sleeted. " 17. A day of snow, with a driving wind. " IS. ..."

2. Narrative of a Journey from Caunpoor to the Boorendo Pass, in the Himalaya by William Lloyd, George Lloyd (1846)
"It then sleeted, and finally turned to snow, which fell very thick. ... I intended to have moved my camp to-day, but it rained and sleeted all afternoon. ..."

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