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druiddru‧id /ˈdruːɪd/ noun [countable]  RRa member of an ancient group of priests, in Britain, Ireland, and France, before the Christian religion
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druidThe enigma of the stones draws druids to perform their weird rituals.The water, drawn from a spring sacred to the druids, is celebrated for its healing properties.According to legend they were young lovers whom the druids forbade to marry.
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