Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A Middle English form of neer.
  • noun A Middle English contraction of ne were, were not.
  • An obsolete contracted form of never.
  • A Middle English form of near.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • obsolete Were not.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • "I want to try regressive hypnosis on him. 'nere's no risk, but there's a chance for high reward," I announced to the group.

    Along Came a Spider

  • (The first Folio omits 'a, 'and in the next line reads' nere 'for' nor. '

    Shakespearean Tragedy Lectures on Hamlet, Othello, King Lear, Macbeth

  • I´m sorry but I fail to discern the layers of responsibility inferred by the simple act of having moved from, say, Mobile to Moline that you so easily place on the shoulders of nere-do-wells just because they have changed places of habitation.

    I saw a Gringo begging today

  • I´m sorry but I fail to discern the layers of responsibility inferred by the simple act of having moved from, say, Mobile to Moline that you so easily place on the shoulders of nere-do-wells just because they have changed places of habitation.

    I saw a Gringo begging today

  • I´m sorry but I fail to discern the layers of responsibility inferred by the simple act of having moved from, say, Mobile to Moline that you so easily place on the shoulders of nere-do-wells just because they have changed places of habitation.

    I saw a Gringo begging today

  • I´m sorry but I fail to discern the layers of responsibility inferred by the simple act of having moved from, say, Mobile to Moline that you so easily place on the shoulders of nere-do-wells just because they have changed places of habitation.

    I saw a Gringo begging today

  • I´m sorry but I fail to discern the layers of responsibility inferred by the simple act of having moved from, say, Mobile to Moline that you so easily place on the shoulders of nere-do-wells just because they have changed places of habitation.

    I saw a Gringo begging today

  • I´m sorry but I fail to discern the layers of responsibility inferred by the simple act of having moved from, say, Mobile to Moline that you so easily place on the shoulders of nere-do-wells just because they have changed places of habitation.

    I saw a Gringo begging today

  • I´m sorry but I fail to discern the layers of responsibility inferred by the simple act of having moved from, say, Mobile to Moline that you so easily place on the shoulders of nere-do-wells just because they have changed places of habitation.

    I saw a Gringo begging today

  • I´m sorry but I fail to discern the layers of responsibility inferred by the simple act of having moved from, say, Mobile to Moline that you so easily place on the shoulders of nere-do-wells just because they have changed places of habitation.

    I saw a Gringo begging today

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