mered meaning

  "mered" in a sentence
or mered adjective (Shakespeare)
1. (poss) set up as a mere or division, dividing
2. (according to some) sole, or entire


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  1. the stream had thinned down to a mere trickle.
  2. i am a mere instrument, not an agent.
  3. the mere sight of snakes makes my flesh creep.
  4. we mustn't condemn him on mere suppositions.
  5. this was a mere raiding of the borders.

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