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Definition of Wreche

Wreche
Wreche Wreche, n. Wreak. [Obs.] --Chaucer.

Meaning of Wreche from wikipedia

- not compose this work, it was probably written by a contemporary. Of the Wreched Engendrynge of Mankynde, possible translation of Innocent III's De miseria...
- (Both the back and the buttocks burst burning unbound,) Wyth werkys of wreche I werke hem mykyl wrake. (With works of vengeance, them wretched I make...
- herself as Newtopia's Scourge of the Sand Wars, Defeater of Ragnar the Wreched, and the youngest newt to achieve the rank of the great Newtopian Army...
- (The Deeds of Arthur of Britain). A book cited by Jacobus Cnoyen Of the Wreched Engendrynge of Mankynde, Origenes upon the Maudeleyne, and The book of...
- The Rolling Stones and Led Zeppelin. In 1985 he joined his first band, Wreched Horde. They were inspired by NWOBHM, but Saenz modified their style to...
- etymology is dubious, it is echoed in Chaucer's use of the term "flemyng of wreches" for the theorem. There are two possible explanations for the name pons...
- the Dutch East India Company trading fleet whose ship, the "Batavia" got wreched at sank at the Wallabi island group to the north. The captain saw a wreck...
- of the convict women who he refers to as "****ed ****s" and "abandond wreches [sic]". His journal is of a very personal nature and makes constant reference...
- phraseology used in his will, describing himself as a "wrichyd synner" with a "wreched unclene soule", suggests he was by religion a lollard, as does his wish...