deeve

deeve

(diːv)
vb
1. (tr) to cause deafness in (a person) with loud noise
2. (tr) to daze or confuse (a person) with loud noise
3. (intr) an archaic word for dive
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For ocmw meulebeke: - wzc ter deeve and flats, Bonestraat, 22-24 8760 meulebeke.
I'd long ago dubbed him Evil Deeve, which my mom didn't like, but when we pulled into the gravel driveway that evening, half the trees on our property were already ashed-out.
And from me, not another peep, though wishing, for all the world, that my dad would appear out of thin air and stomp Deeve half dead with his size thirteens.
And Deeve, staring beyond her at me, as if unaware of why I was running full tilt toward where he stood above that slight depression, the grass there still deep green, and my mom on her knees, head lowered, and hugging herself and shivering.
But if the punishment fit the crime I'd maybe not sentence Deeve to the electric chair, but an extended stretch in solitary confinement is the least he deserved for first degree carelessness and permanent cruel hurting.
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