Definition of Teads
1. tead [n] - See also: tead
Lexicographical Neighbors of Teads
Literary usage of Teads
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Catalogue of the Manuscripts, Books, Roman and Other Antiquities Belonging (1839)
"A Sculpture of the figure of a Roman Soldier with his bow in his left hand, found at Houses teads, and is No. xlvi. of Hors- ley.—(Presented by the tame. ..."
2. Joint Documents ... for the Year by Michigan Legislature (1878)
"teads, tramp and trespasser, Grosse Isle. Was inside an empty box car stealing a ride. Train had arrived from Toledo. Pony engine commenced work at rear of ..."
3. Annual Report by Indiana State Board of Health (1899)
"Iron beds-teads should be provided, and it is better to purchase cheap husk mattresses, which may be destroyed by burning, when necessary. ..."
4. Chemical Abstracts by American Chemical Society (1916)
"... .s teads to Ле conclusions that apot. verv small, that there is no nse of > to the coU soil .bove. and that tb« When a mo.st column of sou was m « soil ..."