Definition of Paged

1. Verb. (past of page) ¹



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Definition of Paged

1. page [v] - See also: page

Paged Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Paged

page out
page printer
page proof
page wire
pageable
pageant
pageanted
pageanting
pageantlike
pageantries
pageantry
pageants
pageaunt
pageboy
pageboys
paged (current term)
paged down
paged in
paged out
paged up
pagefile
pagefiles
pageful
pagefuls
pagehood
pagehoods
pageless
pagelike
pagemeal
pagenate

Literary usage of Paged

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

1. Calendar of Transcripts: Including the Annual Report of the Department of by Virginia State Library Archives Division, John Pendleton Kennedy, Archives Division, Edward Steptoe Evans, Virginia State Library (1905)
"[Attendance Book of the House of Delegates for session of 1802-03] Manuscript, not paged. 32cm. (Marked Vol. 19) VIRGINIA, House of Delegates, ..."

2. Manual of Collections of Treaties: And of Collections Relating to Treaties by Denys Peter Myers (1922)
"There is a "Recueil d'edits, conférences, et autres pièces, pour servir de preuves," printed in double column, separately paged, at thé end ot vols, i, ii, ..."

3. Dramatic Music (class M 1500, 1510, 1520): Catalogue of Full Scores by Library of Congress Music Division, Oscar George Theodore Sonneck (1908)
"paged continuously; v. 1: Зр. l., 386 p.; v. 2: 387-900 p. fol Score No. 151. ... paged continuously; v. 1: 2 pl, 207 p.; v. %: 208-49'4 p.; v. ..."

4. The Works of William Shakespeare: The Plays Ed. from the Folio of MDCXXIII by William Shakespeare (1862)
"48 leaves, irregularly paged. Othello occupies thirty pages in the folio of 1623, viz., from p. 310 to p. 339 inclusive, in the division of Tragedies: ..."

5. A Dictionary of Miniaturists, Illuminators, Calligraphers, and Copyists by John William Bradley (1889)
"... paged). Milano, 1848, 4°. The arms of Pignatelli (anc.} are d'er, a 3 marmites (cooking-pots) de sa., les deux du chef affronte'es. ..."

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