Definition of Herying
1. herye [v] - See also: herye
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Herying
Literary usage of Herying
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Fox's Book of Martyrs: The Acts and Monuments of the Church by John Foxe, John Cumming (1844)
"And Lord God, what herying is it to bilden thee a church of dead stones, ... Lord what herying is it to fetch deed mens bones out of the ground, ..."
2. The Acts and Monuments of John Foxe: With a Life of the Martyrologist, and by John Foxe, George Townsend (1843)
"ne'h see thine image gone in colde and in hete in clothes all to broken, without °n lmage* shone and hosen, an hungred and a thrust. Lord what herying is it ..."
3. A Glossary and Etymological Dictionary: Of Obsolete and Uncommon Words by William Toone (1834)
"Particular science for to learn. CHAUCER'S FRANKLIN'S TALK. herying (S. ... to Venus herying. CHAUCER'S TROI. AND CRESS. Then wouldst thon learn to carol of ..."
4. A History of the Town and Palace of Linlithgow: With Notices, Historical and by George Waldie (1879)
"... pier with herying." The bailies, after clearing themselves, discovered the real offender in John Barbour, who was condemned to sit down in the court on ..."