Definition of Smithed

1. smith [v] - See also: smith



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Smithed

smirry
smirs
smirting
smishing
smit
smite
smiter
smiters
smites
smitest
smiteth
smith
smitham
smithcraft
smithed (current term)
smither
smithereens
smitheries
smithers
smithery
smitheth
smithied
smithies
smithing
smithite
smiths
smithsonite
smithsonites
smithwork

Literary usage of Smithed

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1. Constructional Steelwork: Being Notes on the Practical Aspect and the by Alfred William Farnsworth (1905)
"2 10 0 ,, smithed rounds and linked principals over 30 ft. span, quite plain, in large quantities, . . 2 15 0 ,, light complicated roofs, plain, ..."

2. Constructional Steelwork: Being Notes on the Practical Aspect and the by Alfred William Farnsworth (1905)
"2 10 0 я „ smithed rounds and linked principals over 30 ft. span, quite plain, in large quantities, . . . 2 15 0 ,, light complicated roofs, plain, ..."

3. The New American Cyclopaedia: A Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge by George Ripley (1859)
"The blade is heated and hammered, or, as it is called, smithed, which serves to condense the metal and enables it to receive a higher finish. ..."

4. One Hundred Years' Progress of the United States ...: With an Appendix by Charles Louis Flint, Charles Francis McCay, John C. Merriam, Thomas Prentice Kettell, Linus Pierpont Brockett (1870)
"Th blade is then heated and hammered, or, as i is called, smithed, which serves to condense the metal, and enable it to acquire a highe: finish. ..."

5. Modern Practice in Mining by Richard Augustine Studdert Redmayne (1909)
"16 Ibs. at 32s 27 8 6 4 clack swords, keeps, cross bars, and falls, smithed and finished, 4 cwts. 0 qr. 4 Ibs. at 49s. . . 9179 Fitting to above 480 2 pairs ..."

6. Transactions of the Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland (1888)
"... can be smithed without breaking at the corners, and for rolling out in fine ... can be smithed to different shapes easily. Refined copper from Mansfeld, ..."

7. Eighty Year's Progress of the United States by Charles Louis Flint, Charles Francis McCay, Thomas Prentice Ketteil, Henry Youle Hind, Thomas C. Keefer (1864)
"The blade is then heated and hammered, or, as it is called, smithed, which serves to condense the metal, and enable it to acquire a higher finish. ..."

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