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  • noun Plural form of steading.

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Examples

  • All over the countryside, away to the rolling hills around Aldershot, the little red and gray roofs of the farm-steadings peeped out from amid the light green of the new foliage.

    Sole Music

  • TO Idalia's surprise'though not to Kellen's, who had been in on some of the early plans'visitors began arriving at dawn of the day before the two of them were to leave: not only villagers from Merryvale, but others from villages and steadings even farther away.

    Tran Siberian

  • And now the foe was destroying their steadings and farms, and now the heroes from all sides were driving off their countless sheep, and one spake among his fellows thus:

    The Argonautica

  • Peneus, the river of fair eddies, knows him well, and those far fields unharvested, and the steadings on Pelion and they who haunt the glens of

    Heracles

  • And the outdoor trips will enable them to get a hands-on understanding of medieval agricultural communities who lived in the hills above Paisley and whose archaeological legacies can still be seen today in the form of drystone walls, ruined farm steadings and sheep enclosures.

    Lectures and field trips explore Renfrewshire's history

  • Peneus, the river of fair eddies, knows him well, and those far fields unharvested, and the steadings on Pelion and they who haunt the glens of

    Heracles

  • All over the countryside, away to the rolling hills around Aldershot, the little red and gray roofs of the farm-steadings peeped out from amid the light green of the new foliage.

    Kansas. Nebraska.

  • My relatives all lived in the country, which as they lived in northern Minnesota means that they lived in isolated steadings in a large, dark, wild wood.

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • My relatives all lived in the country, which as they lived in northern Minnesota means that they lived in isolated steadings in a large, dark, wild wood.

    The Lure of Africa

  • All over the countryside, away to the rolling hills around Aldershot, the little red and gray roofs of the farm-steadings peeped out from amid the light green of the new foliage.

    Sherlock Holmes versus the Red States

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