- v. obsolete Simple past tense and past participle of dip.
“In 1767 the best soap and "dipt" and "mould" candles were sold at the post-office in Boston, according to an advertisement in the "Gazette" of”
“When first driven in, the batons  "dipt" from us, but were brought, as we walked forward, to the vertical, and finally beyond it at the other side.”
“I applied to Gaye yesterday week, and he has cured the leg by consistent soaking of rags dipt in a cold Lotion, it is now perfect again, only braced with”
“Reader note: For I dipt into the future, far as human eye could see”
“Nice hedd of lettuces, dipt in Speshal Sawce, —adn deep-fry taht suckr– nom nom nom…”
“As they passed the threshold, the Baron dipt his finger in the font stone, and offered holy-water to his lady, who accepted it, as usual, by touching his finger with her own.”
“Thus speaking, Sir Piercie Shafton knelt down, and most gracefully presented to the nostrils of Mary Avenel a silver pouncet-box, exquisitely chased, containing a sponge dipt in the essence which he recommmended so highly.”
“Heer … has sum dubbul-stuf Oareeyowz dipt n wite chokklit…”
“Hmmm . . .teh appul slyces dipt in teh karamel sauce ar teh YUM!”
“For I dipt into the future, far as human eye could see”
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