Did you perhaps mean betokened?
- v. archaic Third-person singular simple present indicative form of betoken.
“She answered, “Well, the thing must ye yourselves prove, but no friendship follows this bidding: — but yet again I dreamed that another river fell in here with a great and grimly rush, and tore up the dais of the hall, and brake the legs of both you brethren; surely that betokeneth somewhat.””
“As for the kerchief, it betokeneth that her breath of life is bound up in thee.”
“This apple betokeneth the lordship that he had over all the world, that is round.”
“And the putting of the little finger in the ear betokeneth, as they say, that none of them ne shall not hear speak no contrarious thing to the emperor but that he shall tell it anon to his council or discover it to some men that will make relation to the emperor, though he were his father or brother or son.”
“And the table of the title they made of olive; for olive betokeneth peace, as the story of Noe witnesseth; when that the culver brought the branch of olive, that betokened peace made between God and man.”
“The earthly knights were they the which were clothed all in black, and the covering betokeneth the sins whereof they be not confessed.”
“And she that rode on the serpent signifieth the old law, and that serpent betokeneth a fiend.”
“And the third fowl betokeneth the strong battle against the fair ladies which were all devils.”
“And anon as he was unarmed a good man came and set him down by him and said: Sir, I shall tell you what betokeneth all that ye saw in the tomb; for that covered body betokeneth the duresse of the world, and the great sin that Our Lord found in the world.”
“Also the dry tree and the white lily: the dry tree betokeneth thy brother Lionel, which is dry without virtue, and therefore many men ought to call him the rotten tree, and the worm-eaten tree, for he is a murderer and doth contrary to the order of knighthood.”
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