Definition of Repreeved

1. repreeve [v] - See also: repreeve



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Repreeved

repoussé
repower
repowered
repowering
repowers
repp
repped
reppiaite
repping
reppings
repps
reprecipitate
reprecipitation
reprecipitations
repreeve
repreeved (current term)
repreeves
reprefe
reprehend
reprehended
reprehender
reprehenders
reprehending
reprehends
reprehensibility
reprehensible
reprehensibles
reprehensibly
reprehension
reprehensions

Literary usage of Repreeved

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1. Shakespeare's Ovid: Being Arthur Golding's Translation of the Metamorphoses by Ovid, Arthur Golding, William Henry Denham Rouse (1904)
"... through talk that fro mee goes. j By this good fellow beene, is myne, who him from flyght repreeved. From that tyme foorth what ever thing hath ..."

2. The Poems of Richard Lovelace: Lucasta, Etc. by Richard Lovelace (1906)
"... repreeved. VIII She washt the wound with a fresh teare, Which my Lucasta dropped, And in the sleave-silke of her haire, 'Twas hard bound up and wrapped. ..."

3. John Graham of Claverhouse, Viscount of Dundee, 1648-1689 by Charles Sanford Terry (1905)
"... (Historical Notices, vol. ip 443) says the Justices would ' willingly have repreeved' Bogue, but ' would not attempt it without the ..."

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