Definition of Transumed

1. Verb. (past of transume) ¹



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Definition of Transumed

1. transume [v] - See also: transume

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Transumed

transubstantiation
transubstantiations
transubstantiator
transubstantiators
transudate
transudates
transudation
transudations
transudatory
transude
transuded
transudes
transuding
transulfurase
transume
transumed (current term)
transumes
transuming
transumpt
transumption
transumptive
transumpts
transuranic
transuranic element
transuranics
transuranium
transuranium element
transureteroureteral anastomosis
transureteroureterostomy
transurethral

Literary usage of Transumed

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1. Sacred Classics: Or, Cabinet Library of Divinity by Henry Stebbing, Richard Cattermole (1835)
"... waiting and longing to be transumed and taken up into it. And since we have so high and great an expectation, and it is understood and known, ..."

2. The History of the Reformation of the Church of England by Gilbert Burnet (1865)
"Item, Proclamations to be made throughout the realm, containing the whole act of appeals: and that the same act may be impressed, transumed, and set up on ..."

3. An Institute of the Law of Scotland: In Four Books : in the Order of Sir by John Erskine, George Mackenzie, James Ivory (1828)
"The parties chiefly interested in the deeds to be transumed, both granters and grantees, or their representatives, must either be made parties to the suit, ..."

4. The Principles of the Law of Scotland: In the Order of Sir G. Mackenzie's by John Erskine, George Mackenzie (1827)
"After the writings to be transumed are exhibited, full duplicates are made out, collated, and signed, by one of the clerks of court, which are called ..."

5. Principles of the Law of Scotland by John Erskine, George Moir, William Guthrie (1870)
"After the writings to be transumed are exhibited, full duplicates are made out, collated, and signed, by one of the clerks of court, which are called ..."

6. Encyclopaedia Britannica; Or A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and (1823)
"... in writings that are not in their own custody, 1 ¬Ľ ' against the possessors thereof, for exhibiting them, that they may be transumed for their behoof. ..."

7. Liber Protocollorum M. Cuthberti Simonis Notarii Publici Et Scribi Capituli by Glasgow (Diocese), Cuthbert Simon, Charles Rogers (1875)
"... transumed, copied, recorded, and reduced to the public form of ... and ordained the foresaid letters and évidents to be transumed, copied, ..."

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