Definition of Ferest
1. fere [adj] - See also: fere
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ferest
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Literary usage of Ferest
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Reminissensez Ov a Techer by Cornelius Wilson Larison (1898)
"... öl de in the feld or in the barn, or in the ferest, or with a tern upen the rod, until he nod everi difficult! in the ..."
2. Selections from the World's Devotional Classics by George William Gilmore (1916)
"If thou suf- ferest only regarding thyself, from whatever cause it may be, ... But if thou suf- ferest regarding God and him alone, that suffering is not ..."
3. Three Centuries of Derbyshire Annals: As Illustrated by the Records of the by John Charles Cox (1890)
"... rebells time to pay for the Cuer of his Right hand which hee lost in King Charles warrs the ferest, yor petitioner lost his right hand in King Charles ..."
4. The pilgrim's progress from this world to that which is to come by John Bunyan (1853)
"... ferest from us, but by the coat that is on thy back, which was, as we trow, given thee by some of thy neighbours, to hide the shame of thy ..."
5. The Voyage of the Beagle by Charles Darwin (1909)
"In many parts the Eucalypti grew to a great size, and composed a noble ferest. In some of the dampest ravines, tree- ferns flourished in an extraordinary ..."
6. Proceedings by Philadelphia County Medical Society (1885)
"Upon a moment's reflection on the above rate of transpiration, it must become evident that the amount of moisture yielded to the atmosphere by a ferest, ..."