Definition of Theed
1. thee [v] - See also: thee
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Theed
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Literary usage of Theed
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Men of the Time: A Dictionary of Contemporaries, Containing Biographical by Thomas Humphry Ward (1887)
"In 1826 Mr. theed went to Rome, where he studied under the celebrated ... Mr. theed received a commission to execute two of them, his " Narcissus at the ..."
2. Historical Records of New South Wales by Frank Murcott Bladen (1892)
"... Mr. theed, one of the mates alone excepted ; and it is very remarkable that amongst the convicts who are confined there is not a sick man, ..."
3. The Law Chronicle: A Monthly Journal (1858)
"... the period of vesting is the time of payment or division (per VC Wood, in Re theed, 29 Law Tim. R. 292). NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. ..."
4. A Collection of Decrees by the Court of Exchequer in Tithe-causes: From the by Hutton Wood, Great Britain Court of Exchequer (1798)
"... again/} theed. Buckingham/hire, 2 \Jl May. ... that the defendent theed, and EJl'/l>u'«<gt,bM his ... of the defendant theed, or his tenants, ..."
5. Reginald Dalton by John Gibson Lockhart (1823)
"I'll tell you what it is, theed, if you don't open your door, and give us three or four caps and gowns —no matter what sort they are, any thing that's in ..."