Definition of Steeld
1. stell [v] - See also: stell
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Steeld
Literary usage of Steeld
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Shakespeare's Pronunciation [I]: A Shakespeare Phonology, with a Rime-index by Wilhelm Viëtor (1906)
"+ stell'd (steeld) pp. S 24. 3. shield s. [Ji:ld] -.field s. RL 61. ... [si:z] -.agrees v. VA 287; RL 1093. 1 guild. * steeld. 8 yeeld. ..."
2. The Sonnets by William Shakespeare (2001)
"1. steeld] stell'd Cap., Ald., Knt., 4,6. art....Kes,]art — ...lies — Tuck. Huds., Dyce, Sta., Del., Glo., Cam., 5, ..."
3. Publications by Shakespeare Society (Great Britain) (1853)
"... he is a foule lubber, his tongue tipt with lying, his heart steeld against charity, he walks for the most part in black, under colour of gravity, ..."