Definition of Stires
1. stire [v] - See also: stire
Lexicographical Neighbors of Stires
Literary usage of Stires
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The American Historical Register by Charles Henry Browning (1895)
"Ernest stires closed the exercises with a tribute to " Our Virginian Allies." THE SONS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION, in Virginia, held a business meeting at ..."
2. The Best Short Stories of ... and the Yearbook of the American Short Story edited by Edward Joseph Harrington O'Brien (1922)
"She knew how stires felt on the subject — a damn, dirty ship- chandler no self-respecting ... He's a good man, stires. A darned sight too good for the ..."
3. County of Williams, Ohio, Historical and Biographical: With an Outline by Weston Arthur Goodspeed, Charles Blanchard (1882)
"TUNIS stires is the second of a family of eleven children, ten now living, born to Jacob and Hannah stires, and was born in Hunter- ..."
4. Journal of the ... Annual Convention, Diocese of New York by Convention, Episcopal Church, Diocese of New York (1910)
"EM stires, DD Advanced to the Priesthood: the Rev. ... EM stires, DD; the Rev. Richard Waverly Baxter, BA, presented by the Rev. EM stires, DD; the Rev. ..."
5. Reports of Cases in the Supreme Court of Nebraska by Nebraska Supreme Court, James Mills Woolworth (1906)
"189C, Beerbower, for a valuable consideration, assigned the lease and all of her rights thereunder to stires, stires ever since then remaining the owner of ..."