Trow

Trow

(?), v. i. & t. [OE. trowen, AS. trewan to trust, believe, fr. trew trust, trewe true, faithful. See True.] To believe; to trust; to think or suppose. [Archaic]
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So that ye trow in Christ, and you baptize.
Chaucer.
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A better priest, I trow, there nowhere none is.
Chaucer.
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It never yet was worn, I trow.
Tennyson.
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I trow, or trow alone, was formerly sometimes added to questions to express contemptuous or indignant surprise.
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What tempest, I trow, threw this whale . . . ashore?
Shak.
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What is the matter, trow?
Shak.
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