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Definition of "maist" [maist]

  • Most (adjective)
  • Most (adverb)
  • Second-person singular simple present form of may. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "maist" in a sentence
  • ""That so riding at Anchor, and in that calme, whether God enlarge thy voyage, by enlarging thy life, or put thee into the harbour by the breath, by the breathlessness of Death, either way, East or West, thou maist depart hi peace ...." rv It was after eight-thirty before Dalgliesh set out to wheel Henry Carwardine to Juh'us Court's cottage."
  • "“Certainly, and some of them very good ones,” said the lawyer; “as in the common case of an heir of entail, where deed of provision and tailzie is maist ordinarily implemented by taking up name and arms.”"
  • "And for that matter, I think they that are nearest sib should take maist risk."