Usage examples for Ree

  1. I don't ree- colleck which, but hit was one or t'other. – The Covered Wagon by Emerson Hough
  2. Ree gave but little heed to this talk. – Far Past the Frontier by James A. Braden
  3. Boxes am ree- diculous, he remarked, but furniture isn't. – Ethel Morton at Rose House by Mabell S. C. Smith
  4. The general opinion amongst English seamen, from the master downwards, was that a great injustice had been done to us by the Decree of Liberation. – Looking Seaward Again by Walter Runciman
  5. Portree has its name from King James the Fifth having landed there in his tour through the Western Isles, Ree in Erse being King, as Re is in Italian; so it is Port- Royal. – The Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides with Samuel Johnson, LL.D. by James Boswell
  6. Cutting out a piece of fresh bark from a " wee- ree"- tree, he shaped it roughly to a point at each end, and having anchored it by a short length of home- made string to a root on the bank, allowed it to sink in the water. – My Tropic Isle by E J Banfield
  7. The Decree would be a Pipe. – Ade's Fables by George Ade
  8. Dios mio, I suppose Your Mercy and his tender heart refers to the Decree? – The Missourian by Eugene P. (Eugene Percy) Lyle
  9. This declaration was, however, made in the Berlin Decree. – The Project Gutenberg Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte by Bourrienne, Constant, and Stewarton
  10. This was during the summer of 1866, only six months after the bright hopes embodied in the Black Decree of general amnesty. – The Missourian by Eugene P. (Eugene Percy) Lyle
  11. Cawood began to print in the year 1546, the first specimen of his press work being a little octavo, entitled The Decree for Tythes to be payed in the Citye of London. – A Short History of English Printing, 1476-1898 by Henry R. Plomer
  12. Leaving after a victory ain't so bad, but if I'd known that I was fighting for that Black Decree, I'd of dropped out before the fight. – The Missourian by Eugene P. (Eugene Percy) Lyle
  13. About the time that we left Cape Cod light astern and squared away for Thatcher's- with Gloucester Harbor almost in sight- with the rocks of Eastern Point dead ahead- Clancy began to sing again: Oh, a deep blue sky and a deep blue sea And a blue- eyed girl awaiting me- Too- roo- roo and a too- roo- ree- Who wouldn't a Gloucester seiner be? – The Seiners by James B. (James Brendan) Connolly
  14. Yes, sir- ree, an' you fellers will be jest about crazy when I tell you what I've come to do. – The Adventures of a Country Boy at a Country Fair by James Otis
  15. 141. Trianon Decree, the, ii. – The Life of Napoleon I (Volumes, 1 and 2) by John Holland Rose
  16. She listened, and with an anxious ear, To know who these there might be: A youth was there with his mistress dear, And the youth was Robin- a- Ree. – Wilson's Tales of the Borders and of Scotland, Volume XXIV. by Revised by Alexander Leighton
  17. To ladies fair he was Robert St. Clair, When he met them in companie; To a certain one, and to her alone, He was only Robin- a- Ree. – Wilson's Tales of the Borders and of Scotland, Volume XXIV. by Revised by Alexander Leighton
  18. His army was again defeated; and as they fled to the peninsula of Rindown, on Lough Ree, they were so closely hemmed in, that no way of escape remained, except to cross the lake in boats. – An Illustrated History of Ireland from AD 400 to 1800 by Mary Frances Cusack
  19. Please to come in, Bar- ree. – The Shadow of the East by E. M. Hull