Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • of draw.

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Examples

  • These were called androgens (an'droh-jenz; "male-producing" G) and may also he called the testicular hormones or the male sex hormones.

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  • At such times, the condition is hydro-cephalus (hy'droh-sef'ah-lus; "water-brain" G), or as it is commonly referred to, in direct translation, "water on the brain."

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  •   {45} Þa þe reue iherde þis {;} he wreððede him swiðe. ⁊ hire feder cleopede. ant feng on to tellen him. hu his doht {er} droh him from deie to deie. ant efter þ̵ he wende to habben his iwil so ha him þis word sulliche sende.

    Selections from early Middle English, 1130-1250 Part I: Texts

  • Al of heaðene cun icumen ⁊ akennet. ⁊ hire fleshliche feader affrican hehte. þe heande ⁊ heascede mest men þe weren cristene. ⁊ droh ha {m} þurh derue pinen to deaðe.

    Selections from early Middle English, 1130-1250 Part I: Texts

  • His new lawyer, Alejandro (ahl-ay-HAHN-droh) Lockwood, says he will ask the judge to delay the trial.

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  • City medical examiner's office spokeswoman Ellen Borakove says de la Villehuchet took diphenhydramine (dye-fenn-HY'-droh-meen), under the brand name Sleepinal.

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  • Diocese spokeswoman Colleen Gudreau (GOO-droh) says the prognosis for the Rev. John Wester,

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