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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A Middle English form of did. See
“Mai mum dide 29 yeerz ago nd dad faond a widow nd had 27 yeerz ob “nyu lyfe” in himz secund marridge !”
“These schools say that they prepare kids for the real world, when all they do is ban anything that isnt butterflies and daisys singing "la dide dum”
“Ai traid tu gro bluberriez. cost ub plantz $11 eash. berriez piked befor plantz dide. abwt 1$ pur berry.”
“Hee moovd souf wen mai hubum dide so hee cud bee neer mee.”
“But in spite of everyteeng dey tried, poor Senyor Don Gato up and dide.”
“Ich dide seke to combyne a referaunce to the fyne poeme Widsyth and also to a shirte ich haue seen of oold that seyde 'dont make me get my flying monkeys.”
“The author, who was a man of ability in his way, derived his pedigree from one of the most ancient families in Europe; he even pretended his true name was Canute, which was that of one of the former kings of Denmark; which appeared very probable, as “dide” into “ute” is not such a great metamorphosis: and”
“You have made one assumption here that may not hold, namely dide stepping the hard issue of wether this is criminal justice or national enemy.”
“GC: What occupacioun dide ye dreme of whanne ye were a yonge girle?”
“But thenne Y dide discouer that seyntez aren supposid to yive up the worlde and to spende their lives in werkes of devocioun and charitee.”
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