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Slee

Definitions

  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • v. t Slee slÄ“ To slay.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • slee A Middle English form of slay.
    • slee A Middle English and Scotch form of sly.
    • n slee A cradle on which a ship rests when hauled up to be examined or repaired.
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Etymology

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
See Slay

Usage

In literature:

And yf thou slee me wepenles that shalle be thy shame.
"A History of English Prose Fiction" by Bayard Tuckerman
Wah Lee velly glad slee.
"Bert Wilson in the Rockies" by J. W. Duffield
Slee I trow, O Menie Hay!
"The Modern Scottish Minstrel, Volume IV." by Various
Slee I trow, O Menie Hay!
"The Modern Scottish Minstrel, Volumes I-VI." by Various
To whom he answered: ye, surely, if they waxe madde they woll slee me; but an' they waxe ones wyse, they wyll slee thee.
"Shakespeare Jest-Books;" by Unknown
There was a bit of a rush, and Sim Slee disappeared suddenly, as if he had been pulled down by the legs.
"The Parson O' Dumford" by George Manville Fenn
In the second day's entry, William Slee of Dacre did the same in the first round.
"Wrestling and Wrestlers:" by Jacob Robinson
Ruben answered his father saynge: Slee my two sonnes/ yf I bringe him not to the agayne.
"The First Boke of Moses called Genesis" by William Tyndale
She can't slee anyblody.
"Frank Merriwell's Triumph" by Burt L. Standish
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In poetry:

"An' aft, whan naither bite nor sowp
The parents could their bairnies gie,
They wad contrive some slee bit ploy
To stap their cravin's for a wee.
"Grannie's Crack Aboot The Famine In Auld Scotlan' In 1739-40" by Janet Hamilton
Shall the tongue that was spoken by Wallace the wicht,
In the sangs o' thy poets sae lo'esum and bricht,
Sae pithy an' pawkie, sae tender an' true,
O' sense and slee humour an' feelin' sae fu';
"A Plea For The Deric" by Janet Hamilton
There was Carlincraft Jock an' his queer tittie Meg,
Wha caret'na the warl' nor its fashions a feg,
Jock's hoose had nae door but a stane prappit broad,
Roun' whilk wad come snokin' slee Lowrie the tod.
"A Wheen Aul' Memories" by Janet Hamilton
Tell Jamie, the Binder, sae cannie an' slee,
Sae quiet wi' the gab, an' sae gleg wi' the e'e,
That his leuks war sae frien'ly, sae truthfu' an' kin',
Whan he last took my haun' I aye min't it sin' syne.
"Verses Inscribed To Mr. Thomas Duncan, Glasgow" by Janet Hamilton
But wait a wee, oh! love is slee, and winna be said nay,
It breaks a' chains, except its ain, but it will ha'e its way;
In spite o' fate we took the gate, now happy as can be;
O poverty! O poverty! we're wed in spite o' thee.
"O Poverty!" by Alexander Hume

In news:

From Juarez to Matamoros and everywhere in between: our complete guide to sightseeing, shopping, eating, sleeing, and partying on the border.
According to Hesiod, Dreams are the children of Night, and brothers and sisters of Deat h and Slee p.
Lippes Concert Hall in Slee Hall on UB North Campus.
Ron Slee Article Date: 12-01-2005 Copyright(C) 2008 Associated Equipment Distributors.
Ron Slee Article Date: 09-03-2007 Copyright(C) 2008 Associated Equipment Distributors.
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In science:

DMs Finally, in order to model interstellar scattering, we make use of the well-known correlation between DM and the scattering timescale tscatt (see, e.g., Slee et al. 1980).
The Parkes multibeam pulsar survey: VI. Discovery and timing of 142 pulsars and a Galactic population analysis
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