Definition of Airthed
1. airth [v] - See also: airth
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Literary usage of Airthed
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Attaché: Or Sam Slick in England by Thomas Chandler Haliburton (1856)
"... and he never slept night or day till he reached Canady, too; got on the trail of Sassy, and came up to where he was airthed at Niagara. ..."
2. Miscellanea Scotica.: A Collection of Tracts Relating to the History (1818)
"... was never fixed, but when he airthed towards malignancy, that being the pole he always pointed at: but the first discovery that he made thereof, ..."
3. The Christian's Great Interest: In Two Parts, I. The Trial of a Saving by William Guthrie (1815)
"... I TRIAL OF A SAVING this desire is airthed amiss, whilst it goeth thus, " What shall I do that I may work the works of God ?" John vi. 28. ..."