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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of beteach.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Delivered; committed in trust.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Preterit of betake and beteach.
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Now departed Galahad from thence, and betaught them all unto
Sir Launcelot, I understand to whom this castle longeth; and so he departed from them, and betaught them unto God.
Now departed Galahad from thence, and betaught them all unto God.
And on the morn Sir Gawaine departed from the hermit, and betaught him unto God.
Well, said Sir Launcelot, I understand to whom this castle longeth; and so he departed from them, and betaught them unto God.
And on the morn he took his leave, and told the king that he would go and seek his brother Sir Lionel, that went from him when that he slept, so he took his horse, and betaught them all to God.
And so he departed from them and betaught them unto God.
The workshop exercises, which are beyond anything that can betaught in a book or a podcast, were designed to expand my comfort zoneand my previous limitations.
Bellua Triumphanes, his everyway addedto wallat’s collectium, for yea longer he lieved yea broader he betaught of it, the fetter, the summe and the haul it cost, he looked the first and last micahlike laicness of Quartus the Fifth and Quintus the Sixth and Sixtus the Seventh giving allnight sitting to Lio the Faultyfindth. —
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