Definition of Reeching

1. reech [v] - See also: reech



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reeching

redyeings
redyes
ree
reearn
reearned
reearning
reearns
reebok
reeboks
reech
reeched
reeches
reechie
reechier
reechiest
reeching (current term)
reecho
reechoed
reechoes
reechoing
reechos
reechy
reed
reed-mace
reed-sternberg cells
reed bed
reed beds
reed bunting
reed buntings

Literary usage of Reeching

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Macbeth by William Shakespeare, Horace Howard Furness (1873)
"... murder but evidences of cowardice. . . . War- burton's emendation is perhaps right. EDWARDS (p. 94). reeching comes from the AS recan (whence reeh and ..."

2. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1870)
"... over which a white Robe without sleeves, much like an albe, but not so longe, reeching but to his Lends ; a girdle of Azure over his left shoulder, ..."

3. The Poetical Works of Thomas Chatterton: With Notices of His Life, History by Thomas Chatterton (1842)
"... over which a white Robe without sleeves, much like an albe, but not so longe, reeching but to his Lends ; a Girdle of Azure over his left shoulder, ..."

4. Recreations of a Southern Barrister by Alexander Hamilton Sands (1859)
"... white Robe without sleeves, much like an albe, but not, so long, reeching but to his Lends; a Girdle of Azure over his left shoulder, ..."

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