Place of refuge for animals.
The drey was eminently satisfactory, for, in the summer months, it was completely hidden.
Rather than trapping grey squirrels, Bryant removes them by putting a cat-scented cloth in their drey.
There he had built what he called a nest, but what humans, with greater nicety of diction, call a drey.
So the young are now waiting. Could Shuttleworth locate the squirrel's drey and put its babies out of their misery?
Effie thought about what Drey had said as she drifted into sleep.
Ross Laidlaw first saved from May, then from Drey Wright seconds later.
Drey called halt so softly it was like listening to a thought.
Drey stood heavily and awkwardly, not once touching the guidestone for support.
Drey built a fire, whistling as he struck sparks off his flint.
With one single fluid movement, Drey pulled his hammer from its sling.
Drey released his grip on Raif and pulled himself to his feet.
Effie Sevrance, sister to Drey and Raif, daughter of Tem, glared back.
Drey Sevrance was not the sort of man to commit treason lightly.
Drey sucked in breath as he peeled the breastplate from his chest.
He found them twenty minutes later, camped within the fringe of Drey Wood.
Several yearmen, Drey included, began pummeling their fists against the bench.