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1694, (w), ''Isabella: Or The Fatal Marriage''
- He wants a father to protect his youth, and rear him up to virtue.
To breed and raise.
To up on the hind legs
To get angry.
To rise high above, tower above.
To raise physically or metaphorically; to lift up; to cause to rise, to elevate.
''Poverty reared its ugly head.'' (gloss)
''The monster slowly reared its head.''
(RQ:Milton Paradise Lost)
1835, (w), ''Rienzi, the Last of the Roman Tribunes''
- Mine be the first hand to rear her banner.
To construct by building; to set up
''to rear defenses or houses''
''to rear one government on the ruins of another.''
- One reared a font of stone.
1700, (w), ''Of Industry...''
- It reareth our hearts from vain thoughts.
(RQ:Spenser Faerie Queene)
To rouse; to strip up.
1684, (w), ''The Second Epode of Horace''
- And seeks the tusky boar to rear.
''Rear that goose!''
(ux) (Speculum Sacerdotale c. 15th century)
2017, Dr. Ardeshir Irani, ''Short Tales of the Old Wild West''
- Fred ordered a rear steak along with a glass of beer as he took a seat at an empty table
1714, Gay|John Gay, ''The Shepherd's Week''
- Then why does Cuddy leave his cot so rear!
The back or hindmost part; that which is behind, or last in order.
(RQ:Milton Paradise Regained)
To place in the rear; to secure the rear of.
To sodomize (gloss)