, drohtoþ, es; m. [dreógan to do, suffer, pass life, live] Conversation, manner or way of life, condition, conduct, society; condĭtio vitæ, stătio, conversātio :-- Is se drohtaþ strang ðam ðe lagoláde cunnaþ severe is the way of life for him who trieth a sea-journey, Andr. Kmbl. 626; An. 313: 2770; An. 1387: Exon. 20 a; Th. 53, 28; Cri. 857. Duguþ and drohtaþ virtue and converse, Exon. 42 b; Th. 143, 4; Gú. 656. Ne wæs his drohtoþ swylce he on ealderdagum ǽr gemétte his condition was not such as he had before found in his life-days, Beo.