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Drow   Listen
verb
Drow  past  Of Draw. (Obs.)






Collaborative International Dictionary of English 0.48








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"Drow" Quotes from Famous Books



... bit drowned calf or stirk than for a' the defections and oppressions of the day; and that they were some o' them thinking o' ae thing, some o' anither, and there was Lady Hundleslope thinking o' greeting Jock at the fireside! And the lady confessed in my hearing that a drow of anxiety had come ower her for her son that she had left at hame weak of a decay*—And what wad he hae said of me if I had ceased to think of the gude cause for a castaway—a—It kills me to think of what ...
— The Heart of Mid-Lothian, Complete, Illustrated • Sir Walter Scott

... ye wel biginne; Now doth him sitte, gode nece dere, 975 Upon your beddes syde al there with-inne, That ech of yow the bet may other here.' And with that word he drow him to the fere, And took a light, and fond his contenaunce, As for to loke ...
— Troilus and Criseyde • Geoffrey Chaucer



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