Definition of Reallie

1. to form again [v REALLIED, REALLIES]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reallie

realize
realized
realizer
realizers
realizes
realizin'
realizing
realizingly
reallege
realleged
realleges
realleging
realler
realliance
realliances
reallie (current term)
reallied
reallies
reallocatable
reallocate
reallocated
reallocates
reallocating
reallocation
reallocations
reallocator
reallocators
reallot
reallotment
reallots

Literary usage of Reallie

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1. The London Literary Gazette and Journal of Belles Lettres, Arts, Sciences, Etc (1829)
"... as I reallie acknowledge not to have deserved. doe He He was, however, as we have stated, called to account for his transactions in the west, ..."

2. The Hamilton Papers: Being Selections from Original Letter in the Possession by James Hamilton Hamilton, Samuel Rawson Gardiner (1880)
"... uas neuer reallie intended; ... thes Commissioners did reallie pres subscription to the band or no (uhich I kneu they ..."

3. The Hamilton Papers: Being Selections from Original Letter in the Possession by James Hamilton Hamilton, Samuel Rawson Gardiner (1880)
"... uas neuer reallie intended; ... thes Commissioners did reallie près subscription to the baud or no (uhich I kneu they ..."

4. Report on the Manuscripts of the Earl of Mar and Kellie by Thomas Erskine Kellie (1904)
"Wee are takeing all the paines woo can possiblie about this affair of the salt; but I'm reallie affraid that all wee will be able to bring it to will be an ..."

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