from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- v. Chiefly Southern & Upper Southern U.S. A past tense and past participle of know.
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- v. Alternative form of knew.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of know.
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I've knowed 'em these thirty year -- right down _knowed_ 'em.
He was the only man I ever 'knowed' in all my life from girlhood up.
I was halted by a soldier who "knowed" his business.
But her voice was so soft and quiet that you kind of knowed before you seen her how she orter look.
I made haste, lad, as you said, an 'got there first, an' done the good deed, an 'knowed 'twas a good deed; an' I been a sight happier ever since -- though I'm woebegone enough, God knows!
I ha'n't liked his not carin 'to work plantchette since he got back; looked to me from the start that he kind of knowed that it wa'n't worth while for him to trouble about a world that he'll know all about so soon, anyways; and d' you notice he don't seem to care about Mars, either?
I ought to ha 'knowed "-- wildly --" he would ha' knowed whether I wor true or false, poor chap -- he would ha 'knowed. "
I ought to ha 'knowed "-- wildly --" he would ha' knowed whether I wur true or false, poor chap -- he would ha 'knowed. "
Can't Post | Private Reply lissen you 'bama hiccup, i forgotten more about beef then you ever knowed. that there pic is worth a 1000 of yer worthless words ta anyone else that knows beef. now i gotta go check my bbq after just putting on the hy's season salt and garlic powder. i don't wreck good beef like you does.
I knowed he couldn't last that way, and I just laid down an 'did my dangdest.
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