Definition of Severals

1. Noun. (plural of several) ¹



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Definition of Severals

1. several [n] - See also: several

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Severals

severable contract
several
several(a)
several(p)
several states
severalfold
severalise
severalities
severality
severalize
severalized
severalizes
severalizing
severall
severally
severals (current term)
severalties
severalty
severance
severance agreement
severance pay
severance payment
severance tax
severances
severaunce
severe
severe acute respiratory syndrome
severe combined immunodeficiency disease
severe combined immunodeficient mice

Literary usage of Severals

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1. The Works of John Owen by John Owen (1826)
"The severals of the text considered; t/ie righteous man spoken of, who. Mr. G.'s proof of his interpretation of a righteous man considered. ..."

2. Tracts Relating to the Currency of the Massachusetts Bay, 1682-1720 by Andrew McFarland Davis (1902)
"severals relating to the FUND Printed for divers Reasons, as may appear. THat the way of man is not in himself: it is not in man that walketh, to direct his ..."

3. Publications by Cambridge Historical Society (Mass.) (1910)
"[ ] 15- Thirdly, NOTE TO "severals RELATING TO THE FUND" This pamphlet was reprinted in " Tracts relating to the Currency of the Massachusetts Bay, ..."

4. The Fens and Floods of Mid-Lincolnshire: With a Description of the River by James Sandby Padley (1882)
"... from thence, by Marcham, Revesby, east, Kirkby and Hagnaby, to Hagnaby gate; from thence along by Bar loade bank, and the west end of Stickney severals, ..."

5. The Works of John Owen by John Owen (1826)
"Tjie severals of that text more particularly handled. Farther observations for the clearing the mind of the Holy Ghost in this place. ..."

6. The English Turf: A Record of Horses and Courses by Charles Richardson (1901)
"... racecourse—The stands—The town—Runaway brougham— The "severals"—Bury Hills—Limekilns—Watching the morning work — "Courses for horses"—Number of meetings ..."

7. The Works of John Owen by John Owen (1826)
"The severals of the text considered; t/ie righteous man spoken of, who. Mr. G.'s proof of his interpretation of a righteous man considered. ..."

8. Tracts Relating to the Currency of the Massachusetts Bay, 1682-1720 by Andrew McFarland Davis (1902)
"severals relating to the FUND Printed for divers Reasons, as may appear. THat the way of man is not in himself: it is not in man that walketh, to direct his ..."

9. Publications by Cambridge Historical Society (Mass.) (1910)
"[ ] 15- Thirdly, NOTE TO "severals RELATING TO THE FUND" This pamphlet was reprinted in " Tracts relating to the Currency of the Massachusetts Bay, ..."

10. The Fens and Floods of Mid-Lincolnshire: With a Description of the River by James Sandby Padley (1882)
"... from thence, by Marcham, Revesby, east, Kirkby and Hagnaby, to Hagnaby gate; from thence along by Bar loade bank, and the west end of Stickney severals, ..."

11. The Works of John Owen by John Owen (1826)
"Tjie severals of that text more particularly handled. Farther observations for the clearing the mind of the Holy Ghost in this place. ..."

12. The English Turf: A Record of Horses and Courses by Charles Richardson (1901)
"... racecourse—The stands—The town—Runaway brougham— The "severals"—Bury Hills—Limekilns—Watching the morning work — "Courses for horses"—Number of meetings ..."

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