Definition of Steds
1. sted [v] - See also: sted
Lexicographical Neighbors of Steds
steds (current term)
Literary usage of Steds
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge by Charles Knight (1842)
"The annual kinds are best propagated by steds sown in an open border. The perennial and shrubby kinds are readily increased by division and by cuttings of ..."
2. Hand-book of Indian Flora: Being a Guide to All the Flowering Plants by Herber Drury (1864)
"... at the apex : legumes quite Smooth, 9-ID-seeded; steds truncate at both ends: flowers small, yellow. Common in the South Concan. ..."
3. The Border Antiquities of England and Scotland: Comprising Specimens of by Walter Scott, Luke Clennell, John Greig (1814)
"... and burnt such other steds as wer in ther way. ... and all the pelis houses, corn, and steds in ... steds, and corn in ther way ;—4 Scots slayn. ..."
4. Life of Cardinal Wolsey by John Galt (1846)
"And furthermore, means may be made to the said steds, who have great privileges and liberties in the emperor's and king's regions, that at their ..."
5. The life and administration of cardinal Wolseyby John Galt, Thomas Wolsey by John Galt, Thomas Wolsey (1812)
"Nevertheless, if the same shall in no wise doe profitt or availe unto him, but that the Danes and steds shall re- maine obstinate and ..."