Definition of Sweert
1. slothful [adj] - See also: slothful
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sweert
Literary usage of Sweert
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Early English Dissenters in the Light of Recent Research (1550-1641) by Champlin Burrage (1912)
"... sweert: dan bidden wy in vl naeste ... sweert : nochtans sien wy dat sy het niet en mochte ... v sweert in sijn schee etc. noch en houden wy het ..."
2. Desultory Notes on Jamieson's Scottish Dictionary by James B. Montogomerie- Fleming (1899)
"Take the whole dollup," is a very common expression, meaning the whole lot, the whole lump. sweert is not given as a leading word, but has to be looked for ..."
3. Catalogue of the Plantin-Moretus Museum by Museum Plantin-Moretus, Max Rooses (1894)
"She was the mother of Mary de sweert, wife of John Moretus II and died on the ... de sweert, in alles de somme van een hondert ..."
4. Appletons' Cyclopædia of Biography: Embracing a Series of Original Memoirs by Elihu Rich, Lambert Lilly (1856)
"sweert, F., a Flemish historian, 1567-1629. SWETT, JOHN A., an American physician, was born in Boston in Dec. 1808. His early education was received at the ..."
5. The Portfolio: Monographs on Artistic Subjects by Philip Gilbert Hamerton (1898)
"The extent of his reading and the genuineness of his interest in archeology may be seen from his letters—for instance, from that written to sweert in Latin ..."