Definition of Deawie
1. dewy [adj] - See also: dewy
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Literary usage of Deawie
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1833)
"... day is turned to night, And night without a Venus starre is found. " ' But soon as day doth shew his deawie face, And cals foorth men unto their ..."
2. Proceedings by Cambridge Antiquarian Society (Cambridge, England) (1899)
"Herein we find the name of a Tutor of Trinity mentioned. 1594 buriall. The xxx"1 day of January was Edward deawie a ..."
3. Loci Critici: Passages Illustrative of Critical Theory and Practice from by George Saintsbury (1903)
"... Came dauncing forth, shaking his deawie hayre, And hurl'd his glist'ring beams through gloomy ayre; Which when the wakeful elfe perceived, ..."