Definition of Daubry

1. daubery [n -RIES] - See also: daubery



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Daubry

daube
daubed
dauber
dauberies
daubers
daubery
daubes
daubier
daubiest
daubing
daubingly
daubings
daubreelite
daubreelites
daubries
daubry (current term)
daubs
daubster
dauby
daud
dauded
dauding
dauds
dauer
dauermodification
dauermodifications
dauers
daughter
daughter-in-law
daughter cell

Literary usage of Daubry

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1. Annals of the French Stage from Its Origin to the Death of Racine by Frederick William Hawkins (1884)
"... by daubry, June 10. ... tragedy, by daubry. La Folle Endure, one-act comedy in prose, by Dancourt, May 30. ..."

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