from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • A Middle English form of smooth.
  • n. Same as smew.
  • n. Same as smee, 4.


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  • He took the lease of a little furnace which had existed at the place for more than a century, as the records exist of a "smethe" or "smeth-house" at Coalbrookdale in the time of the Tudors.

    Industrial Biography

  • Hee falleth; nowe bie heavenne thie woundes doe smethe [91];

    The Rowley Poems

  • The forswat [24] meadowes smethe [25], and drenche [26] the raine; 30

    The Rowley Poems


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