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Definition of the noun dearie

What does dearie mean as a name of something?

noun - plural: dearies

  1. a special loved one

Alternative definition of the noun dearie


  1. A person who is dear; sweetie.


  1. "Dearie" is a popular song.
  2. "Dearie" is a musical single of Albert Benzler.
    • released in (108 years ago)


"Dearie" is a 1927 silent drama film produced and distributed by Warner Brothers and directed by Archie Mayo. It is from a story by Victorian author Carolyn Wells about a woman who self sacrifices for her ungrateful son. This film starred Irene Rich and is considered a lost film.

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Dearie

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Google previewAn Epistolary Life (2016)

Writings About Love, Gratitude, The Arts, And Political Discourse by Janet Cantor

Blossom Dearie is a treasure in the highest. BOB DOROUGH This is a singer of delight.

Google previewThe Biographical Dictionary of Popular Music (2012)

From Adele to Ziggy, the Real A to Z of Rock and Pop by Dylan Jones

It's never been especiallyfashionabletosay so,butBlossom Dearie had one of thegreatestvoicesin jazz. Shediedin 2010, aged eighty-two, one of the forgotten archetypes of the American post-war era,an idiosyncraticsinger who brought some ...

Google previewThe Jerome Kern Encyclopedia (2013)

by Thomas S. Hischak

GOOD MORNING, DEARIE Conductor John McGlinn's 1992 recording with reconstructed orchestrations, using the alternate title “Some Girl Is on Our Mind,” brought the song newfound recognition. The recording featured Cris Groenendaal, ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Music in the 20th Century (2014)

by Lol Henderson, Lee Stacey

SUGGESTED LISTENING Blossom Dearie: Blossom Dearie; Dagmar Krause: Supply andDemand,Various Artists: Lostin the Stars: The Music of KurtWeill A JOHN CAGE rguably ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Epithets and Terms of Address (2008)

by Leslie Dunkling

Dearie A diminutive of 'dear' which is meant to be friendly but sometimes sounds condescending. It appears to be used especially by older women, as in Edna Ferber's Showboat and Margaret Mitchell's Gone With The Wind, where younger ...

Google previewA Concise Law Dictionary - For Students and Practitioners (2013)

by P. G. Osborn,

Dearie v. Hall ((1823), 3 Russ. 1). Held, if a chose in action is assigned to two or more persons in succession, the one who first gives notice to the debtor ...

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Quotes about Dearie

She fled me through the meadow,
She fled me o'er the hill.
With such a fling she fled, oh,
She may be flying still.

But doubtless she grew weary
By thicket or by wood.—
A dainty virtue, dearie,
That fled when none pursued. (Gamaliel Bradford)
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Scrabble value of D2E1A1R1I1E1

The value of this 6-letter word is 7 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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