Definition of Stevedored

1. Verb. (past of stevedore) ¹



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Definition of Stevedored

1. stevedore [v] - See also: stevedore

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stevedored

stethoscope
stethoscopes
stethoscopic
stethoscopist
stethoscopists
stethoscopy
stets
stetson
stetsons
stetted
stetting
steups
stevastelin
steved
stevedore
stevedored (current term)
stevedores
stevedoring
steven
stevened
stevensite
stevia
stevias
steving
steviol
stevvon
stew in one's juices
stew in one's own broth
stew in one's own grease

Literary usage of Stevedored

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1. A Selection of Cases on the Law of Contracts by Samuel Williston (1904)
"That the stevedoring of all ships not consigned to any of the hereinbefore mentioned firms shall be taken and stevedored in the following order: that is to ..."

2. A Selection of Cases on the Law of Contracts by Samuel Williston (1904)
"That the stevedoring of all ships not consigned to any of the hereinbefore mentioned firms shall be taken and stevedored in the following order: that is to ..."

3. Control of the Market: A Legal Solution of the Trust Problem by Bruce Wyman (1911)
"Each party might in turn derive benefit from this clause, and one of the four firms would always get the profit of the ship stevedored, though the work ..."

4. Control of the Market: A Legal Solution of the Trust Problem by Bruce Wyman (1911)
"Each party might in turn derive benefit from this clause, and one of the four firms would always get the profit of the ship stevedored, though the work ..."

5. Cases on Restraint of Trade by Bruce Wyman (1902)
"Each party might in turn derive benefit from this clause, and one of the four firms would aiways get the profit of the ship stevedored, though the work ..."

6. The Law of Master and Servant by John Macdonell (1883)
"Each party might in turn derive benefit from this clause, and one of the four firms would always get the profit of the ship stevedored, though the work ..."

7. Reports of Cases Decided by the English Courts: With Notes and References to by Nathaniel Cleveland Moak, John Thomas Cook (1884)
"That the stevedoring of all ships not consigned to any of the hereinbefore mentioned firms shall be taken and stevedored in the following order ; that is to ..."

8. The Law of Master and Servant: Being a Treatise on the Law Relating to by John Macdonell, Edward Alfred Mitchell-Innes (1908)
"Each party might in turn derive benefit from this clause, and one of the four firms would always get the profit of the ship stevedored, though the work ..."

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