Definition of Deair

1. to remove air from [v -ED, -ING, -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Deair

deafies
deafish
deafly
deafmute
deafmutes
deafmutisms
deafness
deafnesses
deagglomerate
deagglomerated
deagglomerates
deagglomerating
deagglomeration
deagglomerations
deair (current term)
deaired
deairing
deairs
deal
deal-maker
deal-makers
deal breaker
deal in
deal out
deal with
dealate
dealated
dealates
dealation

Literary usage of Deair

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1. Harry and Lucy Concluded: Being the Last Part of Early Lessons by Maria Edgeworth (1827)
"... deair Lucy, I heard his friend telling my father something, which made a great impression upon me; the more so, because he was not thinking of me, ..."

2. The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D. by James Boswell (1901)
"SIB,—Mr. Boswell, a gentleman who haa been long known to me, is deair oí..? of being known to you, and has asked this recommendation, which I gire him with ..."

3. Spenser by Richard William Church (1883)
"And it deair'd at timely houres to lie•are, All were my notes but rude and roughly dight; For not by measure of her owne great mynde, And wondrous worth, ..."

4. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1864)
"She was always the best child in the world," said the poor lady—" far more comfort to poor deair Papa than I ever cauld be; but to hear her talk you would ..."

5. The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review by Isaac Smith Homans, William B. Dana (1866)
"... at par. without interest, one share of stock to lie (ji ven for a hundred dollar bond. This exchange ie deemed a deair- «hle one, for tlie bond ..."

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