Definition of Regreeted
1. regreet [v] - See also: regreet
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Regreeted
Literary usage of Regreeted
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Early English Poetry, Ballads, and Popular Literature of the Middle Ages by Percy Society (1840)
"Well, then wee change our walke, and from the Change we goe, where we had no sooner regreeted the streetes, but we might behold a comely troope of white ..."
2. Proceedings by Freemasons Canada. Royal Arch Masons. Grand Chapter (1883)
"Their income has not always been sufficient to meet their expenses, and it is deeply regreeted that the ..."
3. Ohio Educational Monthly by Ohio Education Association (1879)
"... (regreeted). A rule based upon this principle would include all the words to which the rule already given applies, and also many others in which good ..."
4. The Red Barn: A Tale Founded on Fact by Robert Huish (1828)
"... the Red Barn—the Hannah that he regreeted in London, on his second arrival there—or even the artful and voluptuous wanton, in Grecian state, ..."