Definition of Stedding
1. stedd [v] - See also: stedd
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Literary usage of Stedding
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. History of the Confederate States Navy from Its Organization to the by John Thomas Scharf (1894)
"Again and again the axe fell, and again and again the cry, ' Don't do that,' fell on my ear, em;h time fainter than the lant. stedding now came down, ..."
2. Hester Kirton by Katharine Sarah Macquoid (1864)
"TO stedding. STANDING there in the chestnut avenue, with little Ralphie pressed closely to her bosom, Hester listened while Parkins sorrowfully told all she ..."
3. Why Did He Do It? by Bernard Edward Joseph Capes (1910)
"But I shall have to deduct the cost of a new hat and umbrella from your first wages, stedding. ... stedding."
4. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1821)
"... his ready tin made ware, At country stedding, and at " village fair." " You want af pingle, lassie, weel and guid— " 'Tis ..."
5. A Treatise on the American Law of Landlord and Tenant by John Neilson Taylor (1887)
"Ib. He may recover also the costs: stedding p. Newell, LR 4 CP 212; and expenses incurred: Green v. Williams, 4o 1ll. 206. In Hexter v. Knox, 42 NY Sup. ..."
6. Archaeologia, Or, Miscellaneous Tracts Relating to Antiquity by Society of Antiquaries of London (1852)
"... but with the view of employing the stones thus found to the erection of a farm-stedding. He had, as usual, turned up the coffins made of slabs of stone, ..."
7. Archaeologia, Or, Miscellaneous Tracts Relating to Antiquity by Society of Antiquaries of London (1851)
"... engaged in opening tumuli, with no antiquarian interest, but with the view of employing the stones thus found to the erection of a farm-stedding. ..."
8. The Dawn in Britain by Charles Montagu Doughty (1906)
"Weary, wayfaring, thus, Chanting their temple-songs, the Syrian brethren ; To place inhabited, come, another grange ; stedding of poor ..."