Did you mayhaps mean entered?
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of entre.
“For what other wicked Spirit entred amongst them, we know not; but something infernal sure it was, that push'd or persuaded them to bring so barbarous an Enterprize to so sad a Conclusion.”
“The Gentleman being dead, the young Ladies, by Advice of their Uncle, broke up House, and sold their Goods, in order to put themselves into Places of polite Education, thereby to improve themselves before they entred into a Married State.”
“What is disturbing is that existing data indicates that the Earth has entred a positive feedback loop in the global warming issue.”
“Simon Bolivar had kicked Spain and Portugal out of South and Middle America about 80 or 90 years before Teddy had entred the fracus.”
“Wher when thei had encreased them selues bothe in nombre, and purueiaunce necessary for them, thei entred into”
“Counsailes of the Churche, before that dissencion and deuision entred emong the people, causing theim in sondrie sortes, to cleaue vnto sondrie names, euery sorte as thei fortuned to be conuerted and Christened of a sondrie persone.”
“When the batteile is done, all the armie is presented to the Regestour (whiche is some one of the nobles) bothe that it maye bee knowen who is slain, and what nombre: and that newe may be entred in their places.”
“Neyther staied that darkenesse of iniquitie in Egipte alone, but where so euer the progeny of Cham stepte in from the begynnyng, there fell true godlines, all oute of minde and abondage to the deuell entred his place.”
“When thei ware entred in the mattier: As thei sawe that men not emong the”
“At length, making my prayers, and recommending my selfe to God in the name of Iesu, I entred, and saw such swarmes of dead bodies there, as no man would beleeue vnlesse he were an eye witnesse thereof.”
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