How Do You Spell STEED?

Correct spelling for the English word "steed" is [stˈiːd], [stˈiːd], [s_t_ˈiː_d]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of STEED

  1. (literary) a spirited horse for state or war

Common Misspellings for STEED

Below is the list of 557 misspellings for the word "steed".

Usage Examples for STEED

  1. He saw the girl sitting at the window and presented the steed. - "King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table" by Unknown
  2. Haughty, like some ivory statue Sat the goddess on her steed. - "Atta Troll" by Heinrich Heine
  3. He was curtly directed by Stanley to do as he was told, and unwillingly he turned his horse over to Scott and took the scout's better steed. - "The Mountain Divide" by Frank H. Spearman
  4. So the king's son went on his steed to the summer- house, and gave the head to the king and his daughter, and turning to the princess, said: " This is the head you kissed last night, and it's not a nice looking head either." - "Myths and Folk Tales of Ireland" by Jeremiah Curtin
  5. Onward, onward, my gallant steed, you must fly as if you had wings!" - "Berlin and Sans-Souci" by Louise Muhlbach