Definition of Narre

1. a. Nearer.



Definition of Narre

1. closer [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Narre

narrativize
narrativized
narrativizes
narrativizing
narratological
narratologies
narratologist
narratologists
narratology
narrator
narratorless
narratorly
narrators
narratory
narratrix
narre (current term)
narrow
narrow-angle glaucoma
narrow-body
narrow-body aircraft
narrow-leaf cattail
narrow-leaf penstemon
narrow-leaved bottletree
narrow-leaved everlasting pea
narrow-leaved flame flower
narrow-leaved plantain
narrow-leaved reedmace
narrow-leaved spleenwort
narrow-leaved strap fern
narrow-leaved water plantain

Literary usage of Narre

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1. The Comparison of Adjectives in English in the XV and the XVI Century by Louise Pound (1901)
"The northern form narre appears as late as Spenser: How be I am but rude and ... To kerke the narre, from God more farre, | Has bene an old sayd sawe, Shep. ..."

2. A Glossary: Or, Collection of Words, Phrases, Names, and Allusions to by Robert Nares, James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps, Thomas Wright (1901)
"To kerke the narre, from God more farre. Spent. Sk. A.,/ ../...'.,. ... Hence the phrase "never the near," is formed from never the narre, ie, the nearer. ..."

3. Canton to Hankow Overland by Samuel William Bonney (1861)
"... Sy-narre town j|LJi£j—three Pagodas in sight—iind half an hour after noon entered the North ... narre ..."

4. The Gentleman's Magazine (1867)
"narre=near. Quik — alive. ... Your sighs you fetch from far, And all to wry your woe, Yet are ye ne'er the ' narre," Hen are not blinded BO. ..."

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