Definition for word several.
Several Sev"er*al, n.
1. Each particular taken singly; an item; a detail; an
There was not time enough to hear . . . The
2. Persons oe objects, more than two, but not very many.
Several of them neither rose from any conspicuous
family, nor left any behind them. --Addison.
3. An inclosed or separate place; inclosure. [Obs.]
They had their several for heathen nations, their
several for the people of their own nation.
In several, in a state of separation. [R.] ``Where pastures
in several be.' --Tusser., Several Sev"er*al, a. [OF., fr. LL. separalis, fr. L. separ
separate, different. See Sever, Separate.]
1. Separate; distinct; particular; single.
Each several ship a victory did gain. --Dryden.
Each might his several province well command, Would
all but stoop to what they understand. --Pope.
2. Diverse; different; various. --Spenser.
Habits and faculties, several, and to be
Four several armies to the field are led. --Dryden.
3. Consisting of a number more than two, but not very many;
divers; sundry; as, several persons were present when the
event took place.
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- the digimon
pet had several evolution capabilities
too, so many owners
digimon. in december, the second
date july 2010 have debated
if this was the first
microprocessor. holt has stated
that no one has compared
- in addition
to the anime
series, studio pierrot
has developed eight movies
for the series
and several original video animation
- spawning touring stage
shows, films, numerous
albums, several books
and a stage musical
as well as launching
- several companies
have developed various types
such as a trading
card game, and a large number
of video games
- although several episodes
in the early seasons
(for example, the second season episode
'the spy,' as well as in the pilot
episode) do show
, several films
), television programs
(cartoon and live-action ), video
- in april
from 20 states
and several foreign countries
for a general council
- with the exception
of the lithuanian
uprising, in which
the youthful countess emilia plater
and several other women distinguished