Definition of Deares
1. deare [v] - See also: deare
Lexicographical Neighbors of Deares
Literary usage of Deares
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Tracts and Other Papers Relating Principally to the Origin, Settlement, and by Peter Force (1838)
"There are in this Country, three kindes of deares Dean tft. kind,. of which there are greate plenty, and those are very usefull. ..."
2. The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques & Discoveries of the English by Richard Hakluyt (1903)
"And they are a people of small stature, and are clothed in deares skinnes, and drinke nothing but water, and eate no bread but flesh all raw. ..."
3. Records of the Colony and Plantation of New-Haven, from 1638 to 1649 by New Haven (Conn.) (1857)
"... deares skines, goats skines, wch are fully tanned, should be sealed, (seing they maye serve well for vper leather for some shooes,) and that the rate of ..."
4. Turbervile's Booke of Hunting, 1576by George Turberville by George Turberville (1908)
"... deares fat (onely of all Deare) is termed ... vfe more commonly to fay, take off that deares ^f"s' ..."
5. Papers of the New Haven Colony Historical Society by New Haven Colony Historical Society (1900)
"My deares father in Law** hath [been] & is a true and good frind to me & mine & other frinds of my ..."