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  • verb hypercorrect Obsolete form of situate.

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Examples

  • They then hauled it back to the marina in scituate Harbor.

    Might Be A Record

  • You can find the sites at boston.com/hingham, boston.com/scituate, etc.

    Globe expands Your Town

  • You can find the sites at boston.com/hingham, boston.com/scituate, etc.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • The following September, John bought, for the sum of 500 pounds in New England silver money, “the Mansion or dwelling-house of the Late Antipas Voice with the gardens wood-yard and Backside as it is scituate lying and being in Boston aforesaid as it is nowe fenced in And is fronting & Facing to the Lane going to Mr John Jolliffes.”

    History of American Women

  • A few years later she married William Pollard, an innkeeper, and they lived "on a parcel of land scituate near the bottom of the Common at the Westerly part thereof in Boston aforesaid and bounded on the Sea southwest."

    History of American Women

  • Twoe thousand five hundred and fiftie acres of land, scituate, lying

    Mother Earth Land Grants in Virginia 1607-1699

  • LUCIUS APULEIUS African, an excellent follower of Plato his sect, born in Madaura, a Countrey sometime inhabited by the Romans, and under the jurisdiction of Syphax, scituate and lying on the borders of Numidia and

    The Golden Asse

  • June the 14. we had a sight of Madagascar, or the Island of St Laurence, an Island of 4000 miles in compass, and scituate under the Southern

    The Isle Of Pines (1668) and An Essay in Bibliography by Worthington Chauncey Ford

  • It lyeth about seventy six degrees of Longitude, and twenty of Latitude, being scituate under the third Climate, the longest day being about thirteen hours and fourty five minutes.

    The Isle Of Pines (1668) and An Essay in Bibliography by Worthington Chauncey Ford

  • With the same Generosity and strong propension of mind to enlarge the Boundaries of Learning, he converted a wast Room, scituate in the East side of the Cloysters, into _Plato's_ Portico, into a goodly Library; model'd it into decent shape, furnished it with Desks and

    The Care of Books

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