Definition of Smored
1. smore [v] - See also: smore
Lexicographical Neighbors of Smored
Literary usage of Smored
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. On Early English Pronunciation: With Special Reference to Shakespeare and by Alexander John Ellis, William Salesbury, Johann Andreas Schmeller, Francis James Child, Alexander Barclay, Johan Winkler (1889)
"This seems to be peculiar to his own locality, 10 W.Lanark, see note on v. 29.—smored is smothered. 93. whins, greenstones, the name given to trap, etc., ..."
2. Specimens with Memoirs of the Less-known British Poets by George Gilfillan (1860)
"... was with their yell, That in the deepest pot of hell He smored 5 them with smoke. THE MERLE AND NIGHTINGALE. In May, as that Aurora did upspring, ..."
3. The Edinburgh Literary Journal; Or, Weekly Register of Criticism and Belles by Percy Bysshe Shelley (1830)
"... and wi' a daud It smored the scoundrel dead ! THE MORAL. From this dour giant we may see How little bulk o' limb and thie The human race bestead ; Л wee ..."
4. History of King Richard III by Thomas More (1883)
"P. 84, line 3. smored, smothered, choked to death. The primary sense is " to stifle by ... 377, " Some dying vomit blood, and some were smored." 19. kynge. ..."
5. Sermons by Robert Bruce, Robert Wodrow, William Cunningham (1843)
"... kindled in the heart be the Spirit of God, certain it is, they may be smored for a long time, they may be covered with the ashes of our awin corruption, ..."
6. Specimens with Memoirs of the Less-known British Poets by George Gilfillan (1860)
"... 4 was with their yell, That in the deepest pot of hell He smored 5 them with smoke. THE MERLE AND NIGHTINGALE. In May, as that Aurora did upspring, ..."
7. Utopia: And History of King Richard III by Thomas More (1834)
"Shrive, to confess to a priest. Sith, sithen, since. Slipper, unstable, inconstant. smored, smothered. Sore, ardently, eagerly, exceedingly, vehemently, ..."