Definition of Stonned

1. stonne [v] - See also: stonne



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stonned

stoning
stonings
stonish
stonished
stonishes
stonishing
stonk
stonked
stonker
stonkered
stonkers
stonking
stonks
stonn
stonne
stonned (current term)
stonnes
stonning
stonns
stony
stony-broke
stony-faced
stony broke
stony coral
stonyhearted
stonying
stood
stood down
stood for
stood in

Literary usage of Stonned

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1. Willis and Inventories Illustrative of the History, Manners, Language by James Raine, William Greenwell, John Crawford Hogdson, Herbert Maxwell Wood (1835)
"It'm I geu my son nicholas ridley my yong stonned horse The rest of my goods and cat- telles my debts and fun'alles expences payed & discharged I geu to my ..."

2. Familiar Conversations: In which the Salvation of All Mankind is Clearly by Russell Streeter (1835)
"I presume it may be said in truth, that in many instances, those who were stonned to death under the law, "died without mercy," on the part of their ..."

3. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann (1913)
"This right can only be stonned if abused and then the guardians must enter П)р cause in the minutes. The Local Government Board have permitted the ..."

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