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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of ingeminate.
“First, That as in other words, so in these, this is in the Scripture usually an antanaklasis, whereby the same word is ingeminated in a different sense and acceptation.”
“I had also many friendly conversations with prominent Italians in Paris, and in every way ingeminated agreement between them and the Southern Slavs.”
“High spiritual truth has been ingeminated in all parts of the world where the ancient vehicle of truth-dissemination”
“Oh, these professionals!" ingeminated Captain Pond again, eyeing the breach and the dismantled married quarters.”
“Oh, this is hustling a man!" he ingeminated, staring round the empty attic like a rabbit seeking a convenient hole.”
“Lord!" he ingeminated, "forgive me who counted myself the ironeist of St. Hospital!”
“Alas, Sophia!" he ingeminated, "how liable to misconception -- though doubtless wise on the whole -- are the rulings of Providence, which in one short hour has torn me from your soft embrace to follow a calling which I foresee I shall detest!”
“If I could only find my friend Basket, or get a message taken to him," ingeminated the Major, whose teeth were chattering despite the tropical atmosphere of the gallery.”
“I wouldn 'mind the dyin' out," ingeminated Palmerston, "so's I could have one jolly good bust.”
“God, in Scripture, and so often ingeminated, as this of his holiness.”
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