Definition of Rieve

1. to rob [v REFT, RIEVING, RIEVES] - See also: rob



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rieve

ridotto
ridottoes
ridottos
rids
rie
riebeckite
riebeckites
riel
riels
riem
riempie
riempies
riems
rieslings
rietboc
rieve (current term)
riever
rievers
rieves
rieving
rifabutin
rifacimento
rifaldazine
rifampicin
rifampicins
rifampin
rifampins
rifamycin
rifamycin B oxidase
rifamycins

Literary usage of Rieve

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

1. "Cape Times" Law Reports: A Record of Every Matter Disposed of in the by Cape of Good Hope (South Africa). Supreme Court (1900)
"rieve, De Waal and Mantis' agent, were inside the polling-room the whole time. ... On the polling day witness and rieve were alone in the polling-room. ..."

2. Maryland Geological Survey by Maryland Geological Survey (1911)
"rieve Ore Bank [222].—Across the county road from the Berkley Ore Bank is a bank 100 feet ... rieve, which has not been worked for over twenty-five years. ..."

3. Correspondence of Scientific Men of the Seventeenth Century: Including by Isaac Barrow, John Flamsteed, John Wallis, Stephen Peter Rigaud, Isaac Newton (1841)
"Nor indeed could I find any " effect of it by one of six feet radius, which about " seven or eight years since Mr. rieve made for Mr. " Gregory, ..."

4. Vital Records of Richmond, Massachusetts: To the Year 1850 by Richmond (Mass.) (1913)
"REEVE (see rieve), Achsah, d. Benjamin and Huldah, Oct. 15, 1775. Achsah, d. ... [rieve, CR] Amanda, d. Benjamin and Huldah, Sept. n, 1781. Erastus, s. ..."

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