Definition of Elegised
1. elegise [v] - See also: elegise
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Elegised
Literary usage of Elegised
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. State and Municipal Government in the United States by Everett Kimball (1922)
"At the risk of some repetition it is advisable to summarize control's1** verv briefly the fields in which state control of municipal elegised- functions is ..."
2. Highways and Byways in Kent by Walter Jerrold (1914)
"... the authorship of his tribute to the place where the lady elegised belonged. He sang of the lavish hospitality of Penshurst as one who had enjoyed it. ..."
3. The Chester Plays: A Collection of Mysteries Founded Upon Scriptural by Thomas Wright (1843)
"In the reign of Edward II., it is said of the wearers of the extravagant fashions in dress then in vogue, Hii ben elegised as ..."