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dright

Etymology 1 n. (context obsolete English) A multitude; army; host. Etymology 2

alt. 1 (alternative form of drighten English) 2 A lord; ruler; chief; leader. 3 (context often capitalised English) The Lord; The Lord God; Christ. n. 1 (alternative form of drighten English) 2 A lord; ruler; chief; leader. 3 (context often capitalised English) The Lord; The Lord God; Christ.

Usage examples of "dright".

They passed the darkened mouth of an alley between two Dright shop fronts, and reeled in among the fruit rinds and the smell of stale urine.