• Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • a Lere Empty.
    • n Lere Flesh; skin. "His white leer ."
    • n Lere lēr Learning; lesson; lore.
    • v. t. & i Lere To learn; to teach.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n lere An obsolete form of lear, leer, leer.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • n Lere lēr (Spens.) learning a lesson
    • v.t Lere to learn: to teach
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
OE. leeren, leren, AS. lǣran,. See Lore Learn


In literature:

He has taught you his lere in the tongues?
"The Last Of The Barons, Complete" by Edward Bulwer-Lytton
They both neared the spot where the burial-ground is bounded by the deep, sluggish river Lered.
"The Jews of Barnow" by Karl Emil Franzos
That skyll wold I lere.
"English and Scottish Ballads, Volume I (of 8)" by Various
The old lere's lost, the new but irks our dream.
"The Mortal Gods and Other Plays" by Olive Tilford Dargan
Friso ther vsa skidnese lered hede ut-et bok thera Adellinga, hede ella den vmbe hjara frjundskip to winnande.
"The Oera Linda Book" by Anonymous

In poetry:

"This word shall be holde," said Little John,
"And this lesson shall we lere;
It is ferr-e days, God send us a geste,
That we were at our dinere!"
"Robin Hood" by Henry Morley

In news:

Donna Lere is a professional contemporary portrait photographer who believes in photographing the soul with a side dish of your spirit.

In science:

In preparation of what follows, we briefly review how entanglement changes under filering operations [13, 14].
Equation of motion for entanglement
We exploit this equivalence and apply the filering result (11) to the dual setup (15).
Equation of motion for entanglement