Definition of Stewarded

1. Verb. (past of steward) ¹



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Definition of Stewarded

1. steward [v] - See also: steward

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stewarded

stevened
stevensite
stevia
stevias
steving
steviol
stevvon
stew in one's juices
stew in one's own broth
stew in one's own grease
stew in one's own juices
stew meat
stewable
steward
stewarded (current term)
stewardess
stewardesses
stewardii
stewarding
stewardless
stewardlike
stewardly
stewards
stewardship
stewardships
stewartite
stewartries
stewartry
stewbum

Literary usage of Stewarded

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1. The Early Life of Robert Southey, 1774-1803 by William Haller (1917)
"Having thus carefully stewarded his small estate, Southey was ready for the voyage, no little undertaking in those days for a man prone to be seasick. ..."

2. The Early Life of Robert Southey, 1774-1803 by William Haller (1917)
"Having thus carefully stewarded his small estate, Southey was ready for the voyage, no little undertaking in those days for a man prone to be seasick. in ..."

3. The English Church and Its Bishops 1700-1800 by Charles John Abbey (1887)
"... fully stewarded, that but very few fragments of it were lost. He generally preached eighteen or nineteen times every week,3 beginning very commonly at ..."

4. Working with the Working Woman by Cornelia Stratton Parker (1922)
"When we closed up at nine he went to some other part of the hotel and stewarded. My first afternoon Schmitz sauntered about to ..."

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