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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of fash.
“mess,' and utterly refused to let his aunts be 'fashed' with; while”
“I lost interest in the sign, feigned stomach cramps, and begged off early, fashed as I was by a new and infernal knowledge.”
“Weel," he deliberated, "I was a bit fashed, no doot, but --”
“The next morning I woke up at oh eight oh oh hours, my brothers, and as I still felt shagged and fagged and fashed and bashed and my glazzies were stuck together real horrorshow with sleepglue, I thought I would not go to school.”
“Pete, I can't be fashed pulling up the figures, but, as most presidents (save Reagan) leave office after eight years in a general cloud of disappointment, I don't think these figures demonstrate anything except that nothing changes.”
“She said, It hath reached me, O auspicious King, that the pedagogue replied, Verily I was at that time fashed and absent-minded and, seeing the extinguisher wrapped up in the quilt,”
“And dinna be thinking I'm sae fashed I didna hear ye fergetting yer proper English, lass, that Duncan brought that fine snobbish tutor tae be teaching ye.”
“Note, 153, the witness, 32 years old, says, "I am unable to labour much now, as I am fashed with bad breathing -- the air below is very bad, and till lately no ventilation existed.”
“An 'the noise fashed an' fretted the deein 'bairn.”
“Man, ye've good blood in your veins, and me having a good hand at the cutting, we'll verra soon have ye on your two feet again; and the lassie will no like be fashed at that, I'm thinkin '.”
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