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The trief, the Greek word for “triumph”, is a word found in the Bible. It means “triumphant victory”, “victory over evil” or “victory in the time of tribulation”.
It’s actually a word that I first discovered in a dictionary, and then later in another, but I can’t remember which one. The book I found it in that I think it’s the one I first read was called “Tripos” by a guy named George Macdonald. Anyway, Macdonald describes the word as the opposite of “triumph” which means defeat or defeat through suffering.
It’s a word that I first learned about in a book called The Meaning of Trief by an author named John Steinbeck. Steinbeck talks about the word in his book as a victory over evil, and one that is the opposite of triumph. The thing is, Steinbeck never uses the word trief in his books, but I think it’s probably what he meant.
Trief is, ironically, a word that we actually use every day. I believe I first heard it used in a book about a kid named Joe who was being bullied by his friends, and the book was titled, Trief. I think Joe’s story is the one that trief comes from, and the book I read that trief comes from is called, Trief.
Trief is a word that in my mind is an interesting metaphor for a lot of things. It is a word that is pretty common in my English class, and I use it quite a bit, but also I have heard it in movies and TV shows and books. I found it in the book, Trief.
Trief, meaning “tire-less,” is also a very common word in my English class. It comes from the word tire that is used for something that is meant to be driven over, and then driven off of. It is also a word that is used interchangeably with tire, which is a word that means to be driven over. This word also stands for “tiresome,” which means that something is tiresome.
I’m finding trief a bit daunting at first, but then I just try to remember when I heard it in a story. I think when I was a kid playing in my grandparents’ backyard.
For many kids reading this, it’s a word you hear a lot and then you think “I don’t know what that is”. For us, it’s a word about tiresome behavior. I think it’s a word that is associated with a certain type of behavior, and I thought it was pretty funny in the story.
It’s not a word I necessarily associate with the person who uses it, but I can see why it might be a part of their personality. I know many people who are tireless, but that word is associated with a more passive and passive aggressive behavior.
I think it’s because it reminds us of “tireless”, which is actually a word that our mind associates with being lazy and unorganized.