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Definition of Hearie
1. hairy [adj] - See also: hairy
Lexicographical Neighbors of Hearie
Literary usage of Hearie
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Turbervile's Booke of Hunting, 1576 by George Turberville (1908)
"... in the playne champaigne countries, where the ground is fatte and rotten: and the Hare (ha- uing an hearie foote) when me fleeth, ..."
2. Publications of the Folk-lore Foundation by Vassar College Folk-lore Foundation (1922)
"T'ree stone a stone, t'ree stone a stone, Den a t'ree stone a stone, Say bam-boo-lay an' dey quarrel. You no hearie wha' me yerry? ..."
3. A General History of the Lives, Trials, and Executions of All the Royal and by Delahay Gordon (1760)
"His body was immediately put into a coffin, and carried back in a hearie to ... was on the eleventh carried in a hearie. attended by two mourning coaches, ..."
4. The Tragedie of Macbeth: A New Edition of Shakespere's Works with Critical by William Shakespeare, Mark Harvey Liddell (1903)
""Rough," "hearie," was a common EL. gloss for hirsutus, ... "rough or rugged with haires or bristles" ; "my brother is hearie but I am smooth" Baret,' ..."