Dred may refer to:
- Dred: A Tale of the Great Dismal Swamp, the second novel from American author Harriet Beecher Stowe
Dred Scott (ca. 1795 – September 17, 1858), an American slave who sued unsuccessfully for his freedom in 1856
- Dred Scott v. Sandford, the case in which he did so
- Mike Dred, pseudonym of musical artist Michael C. Cullen
Usage examples of "dred".
Dred Scott decision in,--a niche which would have been spoiled by adopting the amendment.
At four in the afternoon, Colonel Dassie Dred stood on the verge of worldwide farne.
San Dominican rebel, Colonel Dassie Dred, had been killer during an attack on a tourist bus some twenty-five miles east of the capital city of Coastown.
Black boys and girls waved a psychedelic poster of Dassie Dred that was making the rounds at the University of the West Indies and other schools throughout Central and South America.
To the side of this lake he penetrated with his detachment, and embarking in some sloops and batteaux, provided for the purpose, landed within a mile of fort Frontenac, the garrison of which, consisting of one hun dred and ten men, with a few Indians, immediately surrendered at discretion.
If Hald had known of The Book and its message, he might easily have been dissuaded from going down the Dred.
At the confluence of the Dred and the Senek there once stood three great cities.
A Marylander himself and the author of the Dred Scott decision, Taney issued a writ of habeas corpus for Merryman, demanding that the authorities give a reason for his detention.
Dred talked about them, the scalies control most of this southwest part of the ville.
Hun- dreds of deadly laser bolts streak from the Imperial warships as they dive on the smaller craft.