Definitions

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  • verb archaic Second-person singular simple present form of die

Etymologies

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die + -est

Examples

  • It is the word of Ivan that thou shalt be lashed till thou diest if thou dost not speak.

    NEGORE, THE COWARD

  • Looks Yumm, What you say is so true crash diest do not work at all.

    Healing Foods - Moong daal With Spinach

  • And she continues, "Where thou diest, will I die, and there will I be buried."

    In Memory of Rachel Corrie

  • “Thou diest thyself,” said the Count, who, between the surprise and his own skill in wrestling, felt fully his advantage in the struggle.

    Count Robert of Paris

  • Mine is a nature anything but harsh; full oft by showing pity have suffered shipwreck; and now albeit I clearly see my error, yet shalt thou gain this request, lady; but I do forewarn thee, if tomorrow's rising sun shall find thee and thy children within the borders of this land, thou diest; my word is spoken and it will not lie.

    Medea

  • Where thou diest, will I die, and there will I be buried: the Lord do so to me, and more also, if ought but death part thee and me.

    The Dor�� Gallery of Bible Illustrations

  • With thee I am resolved to live and die; for 'tis the same; if thou diest, what can I, a woman, do?

    Orestes

  • Oh yes, he lives; and, when thou diest, he will close thine eyes.

    Hecuba

  • Oh yes, he lives; and, when thou diest, he will close thine eyes.

    Hecuba

  • Mine is a nature anything but harsh; full oft by showing pity have suffered shipwreck; and now albeit I clearly see my error, yet shalt thou gain this request, lady; but I do forewarn thee, if tomorrow's rising sun shall find thee and thy children within the borders of this land, thou diest; my word is spoken and it will not lie.

    Medea

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