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- noun Obsolete form of
steeple(in the senses of “tower”, “spire”, etc.).
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Payed to George Aster for poyntynge ye steple £ 7 2 8
Various other allegorical personages harangued him by the way; but the most singular spectacle was that whereby "Paul's steple laie at anchor," as Holinshed expresses it.
We just got back to camp yester day evening we went down on picket today weak ago, we could see Arlington hights from Masons hill; we could see the Capitol at Washington and the steple at Alexander and all their breast works, they shorly
Also in this yere Paulis steple was set a fire with lyghtnyng.
Posts: 618 steple wrote: prusick, always. even for single pitch, very useful for cleaning.