Definition of Kiester

1. keister [n -S] - See also: keister



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kiester

kielbasas
kielbasi
kielbasis
kielbasy
kienbock disease
kier
kierie
kieries
kiers
kieselguhr
kieselguhrs
kieselgur
kieselgurs
kieserite
kieserites
kiester (current term)
kiesters
kieve
kieves
kievitone
kievitone hydratase
kif
kife
kiff
kifs
kiganda
kight
kights
kikar
kike

Literary usage of Kiester

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Lineage Book by Daughters of the American Revolution (1904)
"Descendant of Philip kiester. Daughter of Samuel Addison White and Elizabeth Anne ... Gr.-granddaughter of John McClelland and Elizabeth kiester, his wife. ..."

2. Minnesota Geographic Names: Their Origin and Historic Significance by Warren Upham (1920)
"THE kiester MORAINE AND GLACIAL LAKE MINNESOTA. The fourth in the series of twelve terminal and marginal moraines formed in Minnesota by the continental ..."

3. Federal Criminal Law and Procedure by Elijah Nathaniel Zoline (1921)
"You heard Mr. Jennings' testimony that kiester did know in substance what was ... And, as you will remember, I called attention to the fact that kiester was ..."

4. Gems from an Old Drummer's Grip by Nelson R. Streeter (1889)
"When the check is on the kiester and the price book put away There is much of joy and promise in the coming of the day, When the kiester and the price book ..."

5. Collections of the Minnesota Historical Society by Minnesota Historical Society (1920)
"THE kiester MORAINE AND GLACIAL LAKE MINNESOTA. The fourth in the series of twelve terminal and marginal moraines formed in Minnesota by the continental ..."

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