Definition of Steeded
1. steed [v] - See also: steed
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Literary usage of Steeded
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Baptist Quarterly Review by J R Baumes, Robert Stuart MacArtur, Henry C Vedder (1887)
"And finally, as the white- steeded warring rider of Chapter VI., with his dark ... Do not the white-steeded Rider, with his similarly mounted train, ..."
2. The Iliad of Homer by Homer, Thomas Shaw Brandreth (1846)
"... Swift-steeded Myrmidons, my comrades dear, Let us not loose our horses from our cars, But going near him with our steeds and cars, Lament Patroclus, ..."
3. The New England Historical and Genealogical Register by Henry Fitz-Gilbert Waters (1916)
"... they got 4 oars into the rowlocks and four men hold of them, and one man Stood by and steeded himself by the mast and another Stood on his Shoulders, ..."
4. A History of Greece: From the Earliest Times to the Roman Conquest with by William Smith, Cornelius Conway Felton (1857)
"But when at length the snowy-steeded day Burst o'er the main, all beautiful to see, First from the Greeks a tuneful shout uprose, ..."