Definition of Savveyed
1. savvey [v] - See also: savvey
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Savveyed
savveyed (current term)
Literary usage of Savveyed
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Tenderfoot with Peary by George Borup (1911)
"My suggestion as to the advisability of first punching a hole in one end was met by the reply that he savveyed cooking and that my services were not needed. ..."
2. The Shameless Diary of an Explorer by Robert Dunn (1907)
"The horses savveyed the crevasses better; nosed and jumped them by instinct, in pathetic impatience at release, and when unpacked, tore away through the ..."
3. Western Field by Olympic Club (San Francisco, Calif.), California Game and Fish Protective Association (1907)
""The buck savveyed that he was in a bad fix an* was tryin' hard to gain a footin', but my weight held his head down. He struggled harder than ever, ..."
4. Annual Report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs to the Secretary of the by United States Bureau of Indian Affairs (1872)
"Joe also learned to be a blacksmith : now he is a carpenter. Now they cannot afford to have so much work done. Now the land is savveyed, who had it done? ..."