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- noun An obsolete form of
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- noun Obs. or Prov. Eng. Sedge; seaweed.
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- noun UK, dialect, obsolete
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- noun an investment trust that owns and manages a pool of commercial properties and mortgages and other real estate assets; shares can be bought and sold in the stock market
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Wedi ei ddarllen ychydog rwan, mae rhai o'r straeon reit doniol.
"You know that none of us would betray you," Kalindas reit - erated, with emphasis.
She was asking a lot, but dam reit this was one thing she couldn't do alone, no matter how badly she wanted to.
"And you've got looks, too, dam reit If I didn't like you so much, I might have to hate you."
She reit with the T-shirt she'd taken off only minutes The soft cotton molded to her damp skin.
And the adverbs and adverbial phrases: isé (easy), reit evé (right away), aept to (apt to), allreit (all right).
I could see that it was yellow, and prepared for action, when instead of a lion out bounded a beautiful reit bok which had been lying in the shelter of the pan.
Bekauz the Italianz reit _filosofo_, ar they les aware than the I [n] glish, who reit _philosopher_, and the French, who reit _philosophe_, that they hav before them the Latin _philosophus_, the Greek φιλόσοφος?
If we reali atempted tu reit etimolojikali, we shud hav tu reit
Tu konvíns p [i] pel that w [u] n pron [u] nsi [e] shon iz reit and the