Definition of Spreagh

1. a prey [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Spreagh

spreadhead
spreading
spreading bellflower
spreading depression
spreading dogbane
spreading factor
spreading fleabane
spreading pogonia
spreadingly
spreadingness
spreads
spreadsheet
spreadsheeting
spreadsheetlike
spreadsheets
spreagh (current term)
spreaghs
spreathe
spreathed
spreathes
spreaze
spreazed
spreazes
spreazing
sprechgesang
sprechstimme
spreckled
spred
spredd
spredde

Literary usage of Spreagh

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1. Quentin Durward by Walter Scott (1905)
"75 : 37- To our caserne. To our barracks. 79:14. To drive a spreagh. spreagh, cattle carried off in a raiding expedition. 79: 28. ..."

2. Education by Project Innovation (Organization) (1921)
"Vocabulary: Grat like a bairn, whimpered like a child; nebs, tips; co-toped, fell; scrog, thicket; spreagh, herd; ..."

3. The United States Magazine and Democratic Review (1842)
"... in Walter Scott's Quentin Durward, who offers to maintain at the point of the sword that "driving a spreagh or so is no robbery. ..."

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