Definition of Steeved

1. Verb. (past of steeve) ¹



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Definition of Steeved

1. steeve [v] - See also: steeve

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Steeved

steering system
steering wheel
steering wheels
steerings
steerless
steerling
steerlings
steers
steersman
steersmate
steersmen
steerswoman
steerswomen
steery
steeve
steeved (current term)
steevely
steever
steeves
steevest
steeving
steevings
steeziest
steezy
steg
steganalyser
steganalysers
steganalysis
steganogram
steganographer

Literary usage of Steeved

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1. Publications by English Dialect Society (1880)
""I'm steeved to death with the could." Stem of a fork, the handle. Stem, a job; work not paid by time. Stemming, a turn ; in rotation. ..."

2. A Glossary of Words and Phrases Pertaining to the Dialect of Cumberland by William Dickinson (1880)
"I'm steeved to death with the could." Stem of a fork, the handle. Stem, a job ; work not paid by time. ..."

3. Glossary of Words in Use in Cornwall by Margaret Ann Courtney, Thomas Quiller Couch (1880)
""I'm steeved to death with the could." Stem of a fork, the handle. Stem, a job; work not paid by time. Stemming, a turn; in rotation. ..."

4. Report and Transactions (1879)
""steeved (= Starved = Frozen). A man, born and resident at Ashburton, about 54 years of age, complained of attending a meeting in a room without a fire, ..."

5. The Peasant Speech of Devon: With Other Matters Connected Therewith by Sarah Hewett (1892)
"Tha snaw is vive ur six veet deep out 'pon tha moors. I'm niest upon steeved wi' tha cold. Fake up tha vire.' Steffel = to stifle. ..."

6. A Dialogue in the Devonshire Dialect, in Three Parts by Mary Reynolds Palmer, James Frederick Palmer (1837)
"... the central branches, cut half through and laid lengthways, are so called. steeved, past part. stiffened, as eg ' steeved with cold': from ..."

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