Definition of Learing

1. leare [v] - See also: leare



Lexicographical Neighbors of Learing

leaping house
leapingly
leapings
leapling
leaplings
leaprous
leaps
leaps and bounds
leapt
lear
leare
leared
leares
learier
leariest
learing (current term)
learn
learn'd
learn the hard way
learn the ropes
learnabilities
learnability
learnable
learne
learned
learned drive
learned helplessness
learned person
learned profession
learned reaction

Literary usage of Learing

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Hudibras: Written in the Time of the Late Wars by SAMUEL. BUTLER (1905)
"She open'd it, and read it out, With many a smile, and learing Flout: Resolv'd to answer it in kind, And thus perform'd what she design'd. ..."

2. German Grammar for the Use of the English by Georg Traut (1873)
"You are learing German, as it seems.—I have learned it for some months, but I find it pretty difficult.—Have you written this theme? ..."

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