deary

[ US /ˈdɪɹi/ ]
[ UK /dˈi‍əɹi/ ]
NOUN
  1. a special loved one
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How To Use deary In A Sentence

  • We have found gene signals associated with cognitive abilities," researcher Ian Deary, a psychologist at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland, told LiveScience.
  • And now comes the convertible and, oh deary me. Times, Sunday Times
  • He kept up a steady patter, and called me 'dear' or 'deary' throughout. Times, Sunday Times
  • Steady, deary me," the Liverpool manager said, as he headed down the corridor with a look of disbelief on his face. Dalglish not ready to class Carroll and Suárez among Liverpool greats
  • We wer in crazy laughter nd friend was tryin to cover him up … Oh deary it was hilarious.! Twilight Lexicon » Twilight Makeover
  • The crowds of girls passing back and forth interested him, as they seemed to care less for eating than for wreathing their arms round each other, with a good deal of kissing, and "deary," "perfectly lovely," etc. Memories and Anecdotes
  • Oh deary me, another republican scared and made to march in lock step with the dark side of the republicans ruled by rush. McCain to vote against Sotomayor
  • And that, dire deary, was about the extent of my good luck. THE BOYS FROM SANTA CRUZ
  • Freshman Deary should also be able to help with the distance events, having medaled at senior nationals in the 400 meter free.
  • I deary hope he runs, and I have a feeling that depending on the mood on the right at the time, he might do fairly well. Gingrich says US should be more like Saudi Arabia
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