Definition of Siderates

1. siderate [v] - See also: siderate



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Siderates

sidemodes
sidenote
sidenotes
sidepath
sidepaths
sidepiece
sidepieces
sideproduct
sidequest
sidequests
sider
sideral
sideramine
siderate
siderated
siderates (current term)
sideration
siderazot
siderazote
sidereal
sidereal day
sidereal hour
sidereal month
sidereal time
sidereal year
sidereal years
sidereous
siderite
siderites
sideritic

Literary usage of Siderates

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1. Varia by Agnes Repplier (1897)
"These " lovely Incon- siderates," though bad enough for a reformatory, are all as sensitive as nuns. They " sink fainting on a Bank " if they so much as ..."

2. Varia by Agnes Repplier (1897)
"These "lovely Incon- siderates," though bad enough for a reformer tory, are all as sensitive as nuns. They " sink fainting on a-Bank " if they so much as ..."

3. The Literary Panoramaby Charles Taylor by Charles Taylor (1807)
"Incon- siderates are ready to affirm without hesitation that mortals cannot be too much blessed with the contemplation of his radiance. ..."

4. Necessity of Popular Education: As a National Object by James Simpson (1834)
"This is the first step of that effective excavation from heathenism, always with the blessing of God, which Dr. Chalmers de- .siderates. ..."

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