verb \ˈdrē\

Definition of DREE

transitive verb
chiefly Scottish
:  endure, suffer

Origin of DREE

Middle English, from Old English drēogan; akin to Gothic driugan to perform military service
First Known Use: before 12th century

Rhymes with DREE

b, be, bee, c, cay, cee, Cree, d, dee, Dee, e, fee, flea, flee, free, g, gee, ghee, glee, gree, he, key, Key, knee, lea, lee, me, mi, p, pea, pee, plea, pree, quay, re, Rhee, scree, sea, see, she, si, ski, spree, sri, t, tea, tee, the, thee, three, ti, tree, twee, Twi, v, vee, we, wee, whee, ye, z, zee


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