Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • An obsolete form of portray.

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Examples

  • Not only because they dont portrey REAL women who hunt, but because there are women out there who dont hunt but would like to and would take a chance at seeing things like that and wouldnt want to afterwards!

    The 2010 SHOT Show Booth Babe Roundup

  • Not only because they dont portrey REAL women who hunt, but because there are women out there who dont hunt but would like to and would take a chance at seeing things like that and wouldnt want to afterwards!

    The 2010 SHOT Show Booth Babe Roundup

  • I'm concerned for Hillary that Republicans will use this mealymouthed backchannel kind of suterfuge that she does to portrey Hillary as a coniving little bitch.

    Election Central | Talking Points Memo | Hillary Campaign Official Says GOP Will Target Obama For Drug Use

  • I'm concerned for Hillary that Republicans will use this mealymouthed backchannel kind of suterfuge that she does to portrey Hillary as a coniving little bitch.

    Hillary Campaign Official Says GOP Will Target Obama For Drug Use

  • Is it okay to portrey the image of a fork being held in a threatening manner toward a brown egg, or only white eggs, kind of like the Sarah Palin lynching effigy?

    I'm egghast.

  • You can portrey exactly who you are (or want to be for some people) the a general public instead of appealing to one person at a time in school.

    GameBattles News

  • You can portrey exactly who you are (or want to be for some people) the a general public instead of appealing to one person at a time in school.

    GameBattles News

  • That, combined with the obviously deliberate emphesis on his middle name, is a clear attempt to portrey Obama as 'Not one of us whites.'

    Original Signal - Transmitting Digg

  • Finally, let’s ban the use of children in advertising; anyone under 18 years old cannot appear in any commercial advertisements or movies that portrey children as being sexy or acting in any way as adults.

    Obama Visit to Notre Dame Provokes Debate - The Lede Blog - NYTimes.com

  • To compare what we currently call the Obama campain’s lack of definative stance on this weeks economic rollercoaster, to call for ‘consultation with economic advisors’ versus the McCain campaign’s movement to take a ‘buck stops here approach’ one which he is looking to portrey.

    Evening Buzz: Another Bailout Planned

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