Definition of Satcheled

1. [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Satcheled

satanic
satanical
satanically
satanisms
satanists
satanity
satanophany
satanophobia
satara
sataras
satavaptan
satay
satays
satchel
satcheled (current term)
satchelful
satchelfuls
satchelled
satchels
satchelsful
satcomms
satcoms
sate
sated
sateen
sateens
sateless
satelles
satellite

Literary usage of Satcheled

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

1. The American Baptist Magazine by Baptist General Convention, Board of Managers (1832)
"From our most prominent public speaker down to the satcheled school boy, there is scarcely one of a thousand who can read decently. ..."

2. Independent Fifth Reader: Containing a Simple, Practical, and Complete by James Madison Watson (1876)
"I thread the crowded street;— A satcheled lad I meet, With the same beaming eyes and colored hair, And, as he's running by, Follow him with my eye, ..."

3. The Independent First[-sixth] Reader by James Madison Watson, Edwin Leigh (1876)
"I thread the crowded street;— A satcheled lad I meet, With the same beaming eyes and colored hdir, . ' •< And, as he's running by, Follow him with my eye, ..."

4. Hill-side and Border Sketches: With Legends of the Cheviots and the Lammermuir by William Hamilton Maxwell (1847)
"... satcheled schoolboy were recalled, and with them, many a happy and, as it must be always, many a melancholy reminiscence. Morning and evening are the ..."

5. Home Life Made Beautiful: In Story, Song, Sketch and Picture by Margaret Elizabeth Munson Sangster (1897)
"I tread the crowded street; A satcheled lad I meet, With the same beaming eyes and colored hair, And, as he's running by, Follow him with my eye, ..."

6. The American Baptist Magazine by Baptist General Convention, Board of Managers (1832)
"From our most prominent public speaker down to the satcheled school boy, there is scarcely one of a thousand who can read decently. ..."

7. Independent Fifth Reader: Containing a Simple, Practical, and Complete by James Madison Watson (1876)
"I thread the crowded street;— A satcheled lad I meet, With the same beaming eyes and colored hair, And, as he's running by, Follow him with my eye, ..."

8. The Independent First[-sixth] Reader by James Madison Watson, Edwin Leigh (1876)
"I thread the crowded street;— A satcheled lad I meet, With the same beaming eyes and colored hdir, . ' •< And, as he's running by, Follow him with my eye, ..."

9. Hill-side and Border Sketches: With Legends of the Cheviots and the Lammermuir by William Hamilton Maxwell (1847)
"... satcheled schoolboy were recalled, and with them, many a happy and, as it must be always, many a melancholy reminiscence. Morning and evening are the ..."

10. Home Life Made Beautiful: In Story, Song, Sketch and Picture by Margaret Elizabeth Munson Sangster (1897)
"I tread the crowded street; A satcheled lad I meet, With the same beaming eyes and colored hair, And, as he's running by, Follow him with my eye, ..."

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