verb (used with object), dreed, dree·ing.
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His face quivered before these blows, but all he said was, “I must dree my dreed.”The Little Minister|J. M. Barrie
Tell him the time's coming now, and the weird's dreed, and the wheel's turning.Guy Mannering, or The Astrologer, Complete, Illustrated|Sir Walter Scott
“When the sin is done the weird is dreed,” said Thorgunna, and with that she was not.The Waif Woman|Robert Louis Stevenson
Moya Lavelle shut herself up in the cabin her husband Patrick had built, and dreed her weird alone.An Isle in the Water|Katharine Tynan
Gude speed ye gif ye gang for guid, quoth I, for I dreed our auld carline was casting some o her pranks.