Definition of Cheesed

1. Verb. (past of cheese) ¹



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Definition of Cheesed

1. cheese [v] - See also: cheese

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cheesed

cheese worker's lung
cheeseable
cheeseball
cheeseboard
cheeseboards
cheesebox
cheeseboxes
cheeseburger
cheeseburgers
cheesecakes
cheesecloth
cheesecloths
cheesed (current term)
cheesed off
cheesefare
cheeseflower
cheesegrater
cheesegraters
cheesehead
cheeseheads
cheeselep
cheeseleps
cheeseless
cheeselet
cheeselets
cheeselike
cheeselip

Literary usage of Cheesed

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1. Fifty-two Sunday Dinners: A Book of Recipes, Arranged on a Unique Plan by Elizabeth O. Hiller (1915)
"Reheat and serve in Bouillon cups with cheesed BUTTER THINS Sprinkle Butter Thins lightly with grated cheese, seasoned with salt and a few grains cayenne. ..."

2. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1863)
"The male cheesed it, and forgot it until there came a time for testing it, and then discarded it; and the woman, from the very urst, with her truo and ..."

3. A History of Criticism and Literary Taste in Europe from the Earliest Texts by George Saintsbury (1904)
"... well cheesed and peppered. Or (if the severer muses and their worshippers disdain a metaphor from Cookery, that Cinderella of the Fine Arts) let us say ..."

4. The Journal of English and Germanic Philology by Ill.) University of Illinois (Urbana (1919)
"... and the poets of the Anti- Jacobin; their works he considers "among the lightest and best examples of the critical souffle, well cheesed and peppered. ..."

5. The African Repository by American Colonization Society (1841)
"Often amid the toils and anxieties which have encompassed us on every hand, our spirit has been cheesed by some assurance of their sympathy or some I word ..."

6. The Art of Entertaining by Mary Elizabeth Wilson Sherwood (1892)
"They go on with dreadful dishes of cabbage and preparations of milk, curdled, soured, and cheesed. Dr. Lieber, the learned philologist, was eloquent on the ..."

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