Definition of Syvers

1. syver [n] - See also: syver



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Syvers

systems software
systems theory
systemwide
systole
systoles
systolic
systolic blood pressure
systolic murmur
systolic pressure
systray
systyle
systyles
sythe
sythes
syver
syvers (current term)
syzygal
syzygetic
syzygial
syzygic
syzygies
szaibelyite
szaskaite
szenicsite
szmikite
szmikites
szomolnokite
szomolnokites
sztrokayite

Literary usage of Syvers

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1. Cases Decided in the Court of Session, Court of Justiciary, and House of Lords by Scotland Court of Session, Scotland High Court of Justiciary, Scotland Parliament. House of Lords (1898)
"The respondents adduced evidence to the effect that the only water which could come into the open syvers was rain water from the roof's of the houses, ..."

2. History of the University of Edinburgh: From Its Foundation by Andrew Dalzel, Cosmo Innes (1862)
"... showing that he had been at considerable charges in putting the garden in good order, and in laying two new syvers for draining of the ground that was ..."

3. Old Glasgow: The Place and the People. From the Roman Occupation to the by Andrew Macgeorge (1888)
"Towards the end of the seventeenth century, however, the work of sanitary reform was progressing, and not only were the " syvers " ordered to be kept clear, ..."

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