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  • He doesn't want them getting E'd off their faces in fields.

    At least Lord Coe is up to speed | Victoria Coren

  • 'E'd been buyin' grain from one farmer, sellin 'it t' another, borrowin 'the money, and buyin' more.

    A Corridor in the Asylum

  • We went to BumpHer bar and had a few drinks, watched some seriously E'd up Dykey girl go topless and stand up on the furniture dancing, ultimately with the wall .... that's entertainment folks.

    lily-white Diary Entry

  • I was still coked up and E'd up and I was still a wild wild naughty little miss who got what she wanted, because boys love good-time girls.

    High Society

  • 'E'd only come in for' is tea, anyway, and 'ad to fook off early' cos

    High Society

  • There I am, coked and E'd up to me eyeballs, I've got a fruit-covered, half-naked bird who's on one too, a bagful of the charlie on the table, and my tour manager wants me to talk to a copper and an MP. '

    High Society

  • 'E'd' ad 'is thigh bone smashed all to bits, and they'd jest taken' is leg off when I saw 'im.

    Mud and Khaki Sketches from Flanders and France

  • 'E'd been a bit underfed these last two or three years over in the old country, what with food restrictions and all, and' e took to the food over 'ere amazing.

    Indiscretions of Archie

  • 'E'd been in good circumstances in' is time; an '' e was a man of education and a teetotaller, for twenty-two years. '

    Liza of Lambeth

  • "'E'd be as safe as in a cradle, Miss Norah," said Jones delightedly.

    Captain Jim


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