Definition of Airthed

1. airth [v] - See also: airth



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Airthed

airstair
airstairs
airstone
airstones
airstop
airstops
airstream
airstreams
airstrike
airstrikes
airstrip
airstrips
airt
airted
airth
airthed (current term)
airthing
airths
airtight
airtightly
airtightness
airtightnesses
airtime
airtimes
airting
airtrapping
airts
airwall
airwalls
airward

Literary usage of Airthed

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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. ..."

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