Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of dree.

Etymologies

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dree +‎ -ing

Examples

  • As Janet Reid reminds us, it is not the time to start dreeing your weird.

    Archive 2008-12-01

  • As Janet Reid reminds us, it is not the time to start dreeing your weird.

    Chicken Little Gets a Time Out

  • And when he ended his verses, he wept with sore weeping, for indeed the ways were walled up before his face and death seemed to him better than dreeing life, and he walked on like a drunken man for stress of distraction, and stayed not till noontide, when he came to a little town and saw a plougher hard by, ploughing with a yoke of bulls.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Again that far, weirdly dreeing cry, from realms immeasurable.

    The Bloody Crown Of Conan

  • Again that far, weirdly dreeing cry, from realms immeasurable.

    The Bloody Crown of Conan

  • Again that far, weirdly dreeing cry, from realms immeasurable.

    The Conan Chronicles

  • Again that far, weirdly dreeing cry, from realms immeasurable.

    Conan the Adventurer

  • Now he was dreeing his weird, with such assistance as the chemist could afford.

    The Golden Age

  • He was dreeing the weird he had prepared for others.

    Mr. Standfast

  • To be short, though it were called the Least Guard-chamber, it was a prison, and she was there dreeing her penance, as Dame Elinor would call the cruelty of her malice, which the chaplain, Dame Elinor's led captain, had ordained her for some sin which the twain had forged between them.

    Child Christopher and Goldilind the Fair

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