Definition of Tommed

1. tom [v] - See also: tom



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tommed

tomentum
tomentum cerebri
tomes
tomfool
tomfooled
tomfooleries
tomfoolery
tomfools
tomia
tomial
tomichite
tomium
tomjohn
tomjohns
tomling
tommed (current term)
tommied
tommies
tomming
tommy
tommy-rot
tommy bar
tommy cooker
tommy logge
tommy logges
tommying
tommyknocker
tommyknockers
tommyrot
tommyrots

Literary usage of Tommed

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1. The Chinese by John Stuart Thomson (1909)
"... Theater the curtain is rung up (or really tom-tommed up) to reveal some slain subaltern of Port Arthur in the act of tearing down a Russian flag, ..."

2. The Chinese by John Stuart Thomson (1909)
"... Theater the curtain is rung up (or really tom-tommed up) to reveal some slain subaltern of Port Arthur in the act of tearing down a Russian flag, ..."

3. Land, Labour, and Gold; Or, Two Years in Victoria: With Visits to Sydney and by William Howitt (1858)
"... there should be any such amazing carelessness, and when we went up this gully we found the whole of it most carefully dug out and tommed. ..."

4. On the Stowage of Ships and Their Cargoes: With Information Regarding by Robert White Stevens (1871)
"... on her ceiling a grain-light platform fitted on riders which were previously " tommed up" to the height required. The platform was 10 inches high near ..."

5. Egypt in 1898 by George Warrington Steevens (1898)
"Every limb and every gesture spelt a mixture of insane fury and imbecile good - fellowship. Now he seized a water- bottle and slung it on, tom-tommed up and ..."

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