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ree1

[ree] /ri/
noun
1.
reeve3 .

ree2

[ree, rey] /ri, reɪ/
verb (used with object), reed, reeing. British Dialect.
1.
to sift (grain, peas, beans, etc.).
Origin of ree2
1350-1400
1350-1400; Middle English < ?

Ree

[ree] /ri/
noun
1.
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  • “We must be on the watch-out constantly,” said ree when told of the incident.

    Far Past the Frontier James A. Braden
  • This they shared with ree, and though 114 he ate heartily he was thinking of other things.

    Far Past the Frontier James A. Braden
  • ree was busily thinking, and for a little time made no answer.

    Far Past the Frontier James A. Braden
  • A long silence followed this address, and then ree arose to speak.

    Far Past the Frontier James A. Braden
  • John glanced at ree and the latter nodded for him to go ahead.

    Far Past the Frontier James A. Braden
  • “It makes me feel—well, not exactly comfortable, ree,” John answered.

    Far Past the Frontier James A. Braden

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