Definition of Steard
1. steer [v] - See also: steer
Lexicographical Neighbors of Steard
Literary usage of Steard
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Somerset Roll: An Experimental List of Worthies, Unworthies and Villains by Arthur Lee Humphreys (1897)
"Son of Humphrey steard, of Bridgwater. STEVENS, ROBERT (1776-1856), Vicar of South Petherwin, Cornwall. Son of Robert Stevens, of Ansford. Born in 1776. ..."
2. Southwestern Historical Quarterly by Texas State Historical Association, Eugene Campbell Barker, Herbert Eugene Bolton, University of Texas at Austin Center for Studies in Texas History (1904)
"... two of the Indians preferred going strait in and steard for the Guadaloupe —the other Indian & Spaniard started with us We steared up the Creek encamped ..."