- v. Simple past tense and past participle of die.
“He died for Mass'r Jim, -- loved him and _died_ for him, -- jes 'give up his sweet, precious body and soul for him on de cross!”
“She said her husband died on Saturday, the 24th of October, and had been at work on the Caharagh road _the day he died_.”
“If you had died then -- _died childless_ -- I should have thanked God day and night.”
“Captain Bellairs died -- _died suddenly_, did he not? ”
“Meanwhile you did not have to live long enough to experience the vanity of human achievement firsthand, seeing the records that you broke broken anew by someone else, feeling your flesh slowly sag and fade, so that the athlete in you would disappear long before you did, and “the name died before the man.””
““Kobold—” But the word died on his lips as Zaldimar further increased the insidious illumination.”
“She turned to look at her grandmother, and the word died on her tongue.”
“The children of the title died in the 1963 bombing of an African-American church in Birmingham, Ala.”
“She had survived her second husband the duke, who left no issue, and the title died with him.”
“And even though the man behind the label died nearly two decades ago, his legacy is still going strong.”
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By Eric Bogle.
Well, how'd you do, Private Willie McBride,
D'you mind if I sit down here by your graveside?
I'll rest for a while in the warm summer sun,
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