Definition of Stytes

1. styte [v] - See also: styte



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stytes

styrenyl
styres
styring
styrofoam
styrofoams
styrol
styrolene
styrolenes
styryl
styrylchromone
styrylchromones
styrylpyrone
styryls
styte
styted
stytes (current term)
stythe
styting
stœchiological
stœchiology
stœchiometric
stœchiometrical
stœchiometry
sua sponte
suabilities
suability
suable
suably
suage
suaku

Literary usage of Stytes

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1. Lincolnshire Notes and Queries: A Quarterly Journal...devoted to the by E. Mansel Sympson (1889)
"Northern stytes and Queries. Connected with Scotland and the English Border Counties. Edited by the Rev. AW CORNELIUS HALLEN, MA, FSA Published Quarterly. ..."

2. The Impending Crisis of the South: How to Meet it by Hinton Rowan Helper (1857)
"... CHAPTER I. COMPARISON BETWEEN THE FREE AND THE SLAVE stytes. IT is not our intention in this chapter to enter into an elaborate ethnographical essay, ..."

3. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1799)
"He stytes their .exclusion from Parliament, and from about thirty of the great offices of .the State, such as those of Viceroy, of Lord Chancellor, ..."

4. Pennsylvania Archives by Pennsylvania Dept. of Public Instruction, Pennsylvania State Library (1876)
"stytes, Daniel, and Lydia Cresse. Suber, George, and Mary Talbert. Suber, John, and Catharine Vanhorn. Such, George, and Sarah Carver. ..."

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