Definition of Seceded

1. Verb. (past of secede) ¹



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Definition of Seceded

1. secede [v] - See also: secede

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Seceded

sebundy
sec'y
sec 65
secale
secalose
secaloses
secant
secantly
secants
secateur
secateurs
secci disk
secco
seccos
secede
seceded (current term)
seceder
seceders
secedes
seceding
seceed
secern
secernate
secerned
secernent
secernentea
secernentea infections
secerning
secernment
secerns

Literary usage of Seceded

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1. A School History of the United States by William Harrison Mace (1904)
"But although Lincoln and the North had held this idea, the seceded states had ... The bringing of the seceded states again under the workings of the ..."

2. Great Debates in American History: From the Debates in the British by Marion Mills Miller, United States Congress, Great Britain Parliament (1913)
"THE subject of reconstruction of the seceded State governments was, during the Civil War, considered almost entirely in its constitutional aspect, ..."

3. A School History of the United States by William Harrison Mace (1904)
"The Political Position of the seceded States. One of the greatest results of the war was to make good the doctrine of Webster and Jackson, as expressed in ..."

4. History of the Rise and Fall of the Slave Power in America by Henry Wilson (1877)
"CHAPTER X. THE OTHER seceded STATES. Secessionists at first in a minority. ... Even in. the six States which first seceded, South Carolina possibly ex- ..."

5. Reconstruction During the Civil War in the United States of America by Eben Greenough Scott (1895)
"Debate in the Senate upon a resolution to reject from the Electoral College the states that had seceded — The case of Louisiana discussed. ..."

6. Reconstruction During the Civil War in the United States of America by Eben Greenough Scott (1895)
"Debate in the Senate upon a resolution to reject from the Electoral College the states that had seceded — The case of Louisiana discussed. ..."

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