Definition of Sedes

1. a seat [n SEDES]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sedes

sedentarised
sedentarises
sedentarising
sedentarization
sedentarize
sedentarized
sedentarizes
sedentarizing
sedentary
sedentism
seder
sederholmite
seders
sederunt
sederunts
sedes (current term)
sedevacantism
sedevacantist
sedevacantists
sedge
sedge bird
sedge family
sedge frog
sedge frogs
sedge warbler
sedge warblers
sedge wren
sedged
sedgelike
sedges

Literary usage of Sedes

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1. The Book of the Church by Robert Southey (1825)
"... he expressed in a sermon preached at the opening of Charles's first Parliament. " They, " said he, " whoever they be, that would overturn sedes ..."

2. The Book of the Church by Robert Southey (1825)
"... he expressed in a sermon preached at the opening of Charles's first Parliament. " They, " said he, " whoever they be, that would overturn sedes ..."

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