Definition of "rathe" [rathe]

  • Archaic Appearing or ripening early in the year, as flowers or fruit. (adjective)

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Use "rathe" in a sentence
  • "I prefer them to stay on the softball field rathe than even attempt to govern after the disastrous Bush administration ......"
  • "In fact, “rather” is in origin the comparative of the obsolete adverb “rathe”."
  • "My only objection is teh bbl length, wish ws 24 rathe than 22."