Definition of Summered

1. Verb. (past of summer) ¹



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Definition of Summered

1. summer [v] - See also: summer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Summered

summer savory
summer savoury
summer school
summer snowflake
summer solstice
summer solstices
summer soup
summer soups
summer squash
summer squash vine
summer stock
summer sweet
summer tanager
summer time
summercaters
summered (current term)
summerful
summerhouse
summerhouses
summerier
summeriest
summeriness
summering
summerise
summerish
summerize
summerless
summerlike
summerliness
summerlong

Literary usage of Summered

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1. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined on the Equity Side of the Court of by Edmund Robert Daniell, Great Britain Court of Exchequer, Richard Richards (1824)
"As the modus is laid, the word summered is material; for, if a cow be not summered, the modus does not apply to it. What summering is does not appear ..."

2. Shropshire Word-book: A Glossary of Archaic and Provincial Words, Etc., Used by Georgina Frederica Jackson (1879)
"(2) part. adj. beor is said to be summered, when, from having been over-hot during ... This drink's summered. Missis, I spect yo'n put it together too 'ot. ..."

3. The Revised Statutes of the State of Utah in Force Jan. 1, 1898 by Utah, Richard Whitehead Young, Grant Horace Smith, William Amalphus Lee (1897)
"Id. summered where owned. Where horses, mules, cattle, or sheep are owned in one county and summered in the county where owned, and taken into another ..."

4. Sporting Magazine edited by [Anonymus AC02751662] (1827)
"Where are the hunters—where are they, which, summered abroad, and well trained thereafter, have failed, either at the commence« ment or the conclusion of ..."

5. Remarks on the condition of hunters, the choice of horses, and their by Nimrod (1831)
"Thus it appears that the difference in the expense of six horses summered in the house, and six horses summered in the fields, only amounts, after all, ..."

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