Definition of Stiving

1. stive [v] - See also: stive



Lexicographical Neighbors of Stiving

stitcht
stitchwork
stitchwort
stitchworts
stithied
stithies
stithy
stithying
stive
stived
stiver
stivers
stives
stivier
stiviest
stiving (current term)
stivy
stns
stoa
stoae
stoai
stoak
stoaked
stoaking
stoaks
stoas
stoat
stoater
stoats
stob

Literary usage of Stiving

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. County of Williams, Ohio, Historical and Biographical: With an Outline by Weston Arthur Goodspeed, Charles Blanchard (1882)
"October 22, 1874, he married Sarah A. stiving, who is a native of Richland County, Ohio, a daughter of Philip and Leah (Dohm) ..."

2. George Eliot's Works by George Eliot (1894)
"One can get rid of a few hours every day in that way instead of stiving in a damnable hotel." Here was a prospect which held hope in ..."

3. Publications by English Dialect Society (1875)
"... and till, to stilt (Skeat). (2) A breadth across a field which a labourer would take for reaping, &e. stiving, part. Close, stifling (Hall. ..."

4. American Annals of the Deaf by Conference of Executives of American Schools for the Deaf (1909)
"Kiesel very much enjoy«! telling this little story. Thus his stiving grace of humor lifted him over what might ..."

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