yare


Related to yare: won't

yare

 (yâr, yär)
adj.
1. Agile; lively.
2. Nautical Responding easily; maneuverable. Used of a vessel.
3. Archaic Ready; prepared.

[Middle English, from Old English gearo, ready.]

yare′ly adv.

yare

(jɛə)
adj, yarer or yarest
1. archaic or dialect ready, brisk, or eager
2. (Nautical Terms) (of a vessel) answering swiftly to the helm; easily handled
adv
obsolete readily or eagerly
[Old English gearu ready; related to Old Saxon, Old High German garo ready, prepared, Old Norse gorr]
ˈyarely adv

yare

(yɛər or, esp. for 1,2, yɑr)

adj. yar•er, yar•est.
1. quick; agile; lively.
2. (of a ship) quick to the helm; easily handled or maneuvered.
3. Archaic.
a. ready; prepared.
b. nimble; quick.
Also, yar (for defs. 1,2).
[before 900; Middle English; Old English gearu, gearo=ge- y- + earu ready; c. Old Saxon, Old High German garo ready]
yare′ly, adv.
References in classic literature ?
We were stopping down at Yarmouth, and we decided we would go for a trip up the Yare.
Anthony is buried in Eston Cemetery with his grandad George Yare who died in 1998.
I often go canoeing down the river Yare in the city centre, paddling out towards Thorpe and on to Bramerton.
The water, close to Whitlingham Broad and the River Yare at Trowse near Norwich, is popular with watersports enthusiasts.
The reason, I discovered, is that the longer the yare on the vine, the more flavour they attain.
Here at Loveitts we look at each and every lot and ensure the yare intensively marketed.
Bidders wishing to offer discounts in case the yare awarded more than one Contract will be
If that (the former) had been my remit, who is to say away ier l yare anager, Lee what would have happened to the club because I had to build and work with the Academy - and that's been the shining light for us.
23, 1962 to a family of humble origin, Maduro worked as a bus driver when he was first introduced to Hugo Chavez during a visit to the latter in jail at the Yare prison in 1992.
Among the other housetypes at Wensleydale Park is the two-bedroom Yare, the three-bedroom Carron, Nevis, Hawthorne and the four-bedroom Crompton, Greene and Glenmuir.
He said that the yare currently conducting their own investigation into these allegations.
The majority are in the northern half of Broadland - the Rivers, Bure, Ant and Thurne - while the Central and Southern parts of Broadland encompass the Rivers Waveney, Yare and Chet.