Definition of Steme

1. to evaporate [v STEMED, STEMING, STEMES]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Steme

stem lettuce
stem node
stem stitch
stem the tide
stem turn
stem vowel
stemarene
stembok
stemboks
stembuck
stembucks
stemcell
stemcells
steme (current term)
stemed
stemes
steming
stemless
stemless carline thistle
stemless daisy
stemless golden weed
stemless hymenoxys
stemlet
stemlets
stemlike
stemline
stemlines
stemma

Literary usage of Steme

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1. The Grammar School Speller: Containing Rules for Spelling, with Numerous by William W. Smith (1871)
"PHENOMENON (fe-nom'-e-non), n. A remarkable appearance. STEAM-ENGINE (steme'-en-jin), n. An engine worked by steam. GRAMINIVOROUS (gram-in-iv'-o-rus), a. ..."

2. Story Hour Readings: Seventh Year by Ernest Clark Hartwell (1921)
""Now is my time," said steme to himself. "Here is work a little more to my taste than violet growing!" ands he began to clatter the cover of the kettle. ..."

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