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1. dẹ̄̆re-wǒrthlī adj.

Additional spellings: dereworthli
3 quotations in 1 sense
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(a) Worthy (to do sth.); (b) beloved, precious.

2. corolārie n.

8 quotations in 1 sense
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(a) An inference that follows from a proposition that has been proved, a corollary; (b) fig. a follower or sycophant.

3. dẹ̄̆re-wǒrthī adj.

Additional spellings: dereworthi
14 quotations in 1 sense
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(a) Of God, of persons: excellent, honored, noble; deserving; dere-worthi til, worthy to (be or do sth.); (b) of things, of abstractions: precious, prized; dere-worthi to, desirable to (sb.); (c)…

4. fēd(e n.(1)

Additional spellings: fede
11 quotations in 1 sense
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(a) Mortal enmity, hostility, hostile conspiracy; revengeful spirit, homicide committed in revenge; (b) a mortal enemy; one of the three enemies of mankind (i.e. the flesh, the world, the Devil).

5. mareis n. singular & plural

55 quotations in 1 sense
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(a) Marshland, fen, swamp; quagmire; also fig.; mareis and mores; salt mareis, salt marsh; (b) a tract of marshland, expanse of bog or swamp; (c) a lake, pool, stream; mareis of maeotides, Lake…

6. thē̆r-til adv.

Additional spellings: thertil
72 quotations in 11 senses
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With ref. to a concrete object, physical structure or site, part of the body, etc. and expressing various spatial relationships: (a) with verbs expressing notions of contact: to that or it, on it…

7. steuard n.

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(a) An official or a servant in charge of the domestic affairs of a household; also fig.; steuard of halle; steuard of hous (hous-hold); (b) a principal officer in charge of the domestic affairs of a…

8. fẹ̄den v.

128 quotations in 7 senses
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(a) To supply (a person, an animal, etc.) with something to eat or drink; to furnish with a meal; to feed; (b) to supply (the young) with milk from the breast; to nurse, suckle; (c) to partake of food…