from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A Middle English form of sheath.


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  • In fact, some of the technician's work has been assigned to me because it is too 'complicated' for the technician - she has been doing this for over 3 years now and shethe technician decided she did not want to do this anymore.

    Hump Day

  • I remembered her from the restaurant, long ago, the svelte, off-the-shoulder white satin-shethe gown, the candlelight, the beaded purse.

    Rogue Of Gor

  • His swerd a-noon out of his shethe he twighte, 1185

    Troilus and Criseyde


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