Definition of Deaconed

1. Verb. (past of deacon) ¹



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Definition of Deaconed

1. deacon [v] - See also: deacon

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Deaconed

deacetylases
deacetylate
deacetylated
deacetylates
deacetylating
deacetylation
deacetylations
deacetyltransferase
deacidification
deacidifications
deacidified
deacidifies
deacidify
deacidifying
deacon
deaconed (current term)
deaconess
deaconess-house
deaconesses
deaconhood
deaconing
deaconries
deaconry
deacons
deaconship
deaconships
deacquisition
deacquisitions
deactivate
deactivated

Literary usage of Deaconed

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1. The Story of My Life, Or, The Sunshine and Shadow of Seventy Years by Mary Ashton Rice Livermore (1897)
"Sunday Services in a Church without a Floor, Windows, or Door — How the Minister "deaconed off" the Hymn — Reciting Scripture with a "Hop, Skip, ..."

2. Publications by Bostonian Society, Women's Baptist Home Mission Society, Kansas State Historical Society (1906)
"... and other modern structures, its surface cut up by iron rails, and find it filled with country sleds, laden with well-deaconed firewood, or barrels of ..."

3. James Russell Lowell: A Biography by Horace Elisha Scudder (1901)
"... through glasses dim, In age's treble deaconed off the hymn, Paused o'er long words and then with breathless pace Went down a slope of short ones at a ..."

4. The Transit of Civilization from England to America in the Seventeenth Century by Edward Eggleston (1901)
"In New England this custom persisted generally in 1726, though some churches by this time had books, and sang without waiting for the hymn to be " deaconed. ..."

5. The Transit of Civilization from England to America in the Seventeenth Century by Edward Eggleston (1900)
"In New England this custom persisted generally in 1726, though some churches by this time had books, and sang without waiting for the hymn to be " deaconed. ..."

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