Definition of Risped

1. Noun. (past of risp) ¹



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Definition of Risped

1. risp [v] - See also: risp

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Risped

risktaker
risktaking
risky
risky venture
risograph
risographs
risoluto
risorgimento
risorgimentos
risorial
risorius
risotto
risottolike
risottos
risp
risped (current term)
risperidone
rispetti
rispetto
risping
rispings
risps
risques
rissaldar
rissaldars
rissoid
rissoids
rissole
rissoles

Literary usage of Risped

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1. Memorials of Edinburgh in the Olden Time by Daniel Wilson (1891)
"... or rather, as our informant says, risped at Lord Alva's door, in James's Court, mistaking it for that of her father's agent; but the footboy, ..."

2. Memorials of Edinburgh in the Olden Time by Daniel Wilson (1891)
"In her confusion she knocked, or rather, as our informant says, risped at Lord Alva's door, in James's Court, mistaking it for that of her father's agent ..."

3. The Lone Swallows by Henry Williamson (1922)
"Flittering like chafer beetles in a dusky summer night the vaned seeds risped and whirled away from the parent trees. As yet the conflagration had not ..."

4. The American Pastry Cook: A Book of Perfected Receipts for Making All Sorts by Jessup Whitehead (1894)
"... various, 660 to 676 charlottes, 352 to 357 cobbler, 462 compotes, 506 cream cake, 261 cream pie, 50 criard pie, 51 .risped or croquante, 251 dumplings, ..."

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