Definition of Accoasted

1. Verb. (past of accoast) ¹



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Definition of Accoasted

1. accoast [v] - See also: accoast

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Accoasted

acclimatizers
acclimatizes
acclimatizing
acclimature
acclivated
acclive
acclivities
acclivitous
acclivity
acclivous
accloy
accloyed
accloying
accloys
accoast
accoasted (current term)
accoasting
accoasts
accoied
accoil
accoiled
accoiling
accoils
accolade
accoladed
accolades
accolading
accole forms
accoll
accolled

Literary usage of Accoasted

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1. Barnabae Itinerarium Or Barnabee's Journalby Richard Brathwaite, Joseph Haslewood by Richard Brathwaite, Joseph Haslewood (1876)
"... though his master's speed call'd him back, friendly and freely accoasted her, preferring his owne sport before his master's speed. ..."

2. The Manuscripts of Sir William FitzHerbert, Bart., and Others by William FitzHerbert, John Robinson, Arthur Lyttleton Lyttelton-Annesley, Arthur Annesley Anglesey, James Arthur Bennett, Richard Ward, James Joel Cartwright (1893)
"... but lam a little of your Lady's mind hoe had accoasted me in . . I would have that you have not made your courte over well by it. ..."

3. Barnabæ Itinerarium: Or, Drunken Barnaby's Four Journeys to the North of by Richard Brathwaite, Joseph Haslewood (1852)
"... though his master's speed call'd him back, friendly and freely accoasted her, preferring his owne sport before his master's speed. ..."

4. Barnabae Itinerarium; Or, Drunken Barnaby's Four Journeys to the North of by Rich. Brathwait (1852)
"... though his master's speed call'd him back, friendly and freely accoasted her, preferring his owne sport before his master's speed. ..."

5. Professional Papers by the Corps of Royal Engineers ... Royal Engineers by Great Britain Army. Royal Engineers, Royal Engineers' Institute (Great Britain) (1888)
"... up and made defensive, either for the first assault or for the second invasion. " Descending thence to Holburne Fields, I accoasted a strength named ..."

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