Definition of Siderates
1. siderate [v] - See also: siderate
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Siderates
Literary usage of Siderates
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
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. ..."