Tu or dree dizzen, an' half a ton o' coral an' some wild-crabs.
No: I must dree this weird (if that is the expression), and hoe this row, all by myself.
Every man, as the Scotch proverb says, must “dree his own weird.”
“Thou must dree thy weird like all other daughters of men, fair Psyche,” he said.
Id vill simbly gost you von tollar a pottle, dree bottles vor dwo tollars.
dree quarters of a score I've had, and not one on 'em come anigh me!
"I will give you one—two—dree—foar—five gold pounds, if you get me the place where to find our little lady," he remarked.
His face quivered before these blows, but all he said was, “I must dree my dreed.”
If Sandy has disgraced the house I made him master o, ay, and a gentleman to boot, he maun just dree the dregs.
Ram Lal, will you riddle me, also, my weird that I must dree?