Definition of Surbedded

1. Verb. (past of surbed) ¹



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Definition of Surbedded

1. surbed [v] - See also: surbed

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Surbedded

surangular
suras
surat
surats
surbahar
surbahars
surbase
surbased
surbases
surbasing
surbate
surbated
surbates
surbating
surbed
surbedded (current term)
surbedding
surbeds
surbet
surburbanite
surburbanites
surceasance
surcease
surceased
surceases
surceasing
surcharge
surchargeable
surcharged
surchargement

Literary usage of Surbedded

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1. The Natural History of Selborne by Gilbert White (1906)
"It is a freestone, cutting in all directions ; yet has something of a grain parallel with the horizon, and therefore should not be surbedded, but laid in ..."

2. The Natural History of Selborne by Gilbert White (1898)
"It is a freestone cutting in all directions; yet has something of a grain parallel with the horizon, and therefore should not be surbedded, but laid in the ..."

3. The Natural History and Antiquities of Selborne: In the County of Southampton by Gilbert White, Edward Turner Bennett, James Edmund Harting (1891)
"... and therefore should not be surbedded, but laid in the same position that it grows in the quarry.1 On the ground abroad this firestone will not succeed ..."

4. Folk-memory by Walter Johnson (1908)
"He discovers that certain building stones, like the ' firestone ' of the Upper Greensand, endure better when surbedded, or placed as they lay when in their ..."

5. The Natural History and Antiquities of Selborne by Gilbert White (1901)
"... and therefore should not be surbedded, but laid in the same position that it grows in the quarry.3 On the ground abroad this fire-stone will not succeed ..."

6. The Geology of Building Stones by John Allen Howe (1910)
"It is a freestone, cutting in all directions ; yet it has something of a grain parallel with the horizon, and therefore it should not be surbedded, ..."

7. The Natural History & Antiquities of Selborne in the County of Southampton by Gilbert White (1906)
"It is a freestone, cutting in all directions; yet has something of a grain parallel with the horizon, and therefore should not be surbedded, but laid in the ..."

8. The Cretaceous Rocks of Britain by Alfred John Jukes-Browne, William Hill (1900)
""It is a freestone cutting in all directions, yet has something of a grain parallel with the horizon, and therefore should not bo surbedded [ie, ..."

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