from The Century Dictionary.
- Consisting of a reed or reeds; made of reeds.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Consisting of a reed or reeds.
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- adjective Made from
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July 30, 2009 at 5:09 am ai hadd teh beegus crusch awn Aragorn wen ai wuz nawt sekkund reeden teh bukz eh lo-ong tyem ehgoe….
Kitteh sez: Nawt want tu b reeden teh stoopy disks!
Ai gotz up dis moarnin n startud lookin at pics n reeden treds.
De utter deyh, i wuz gruven alongg, reeden Cheezfrens commens an laphing ad de pixures an reelized dat me kitteh hat ben tri-in tu git mah attensun — wif eber zo gentill tap tap ov poyinty ends ohn mah ahrm. he luked ad mee as ib tu sae, Hai, see me.
Weirdness…ai just wacheded teh SW3 last nite and ai and reeden LotR!
Van der Laan, whom some Formosan officials began to call Jan the Unreasonable (Jan tegen de reeden aan), argued that rumors of Chenggong's attack were but idle chatter.
And, honey-streams through reeden troughs instilled,
Yet had this rill little crooks and crannies dark and bravely bearded, and a gallant rush through a reeden pipe -- the stem of
They sat in a beautiful place, and drew refreshment of mind through their outward lips by means of long reeden tubes with bowls at their ends, and something burning.
Whitlock; “a _reeden_ hat” in Coryat; ‘yarnen’ occurs in Turberville;