- v. Simple past tense and past participle of lave.
“For Epigenes of Rhodes is right, after all," said Jurgen, "in suggesting a misprint: and the word should be 'laved'.”
“The city was perched on its barren, hot rock, with scarcely a drop of water, and its inhabitants must often have been tempted to wish that there had been running down the sun-bleached bed of the Kedron a flashing stream, such as laved the rock-cut temples and tombs of Thebes.”
“A sea of vegetation laved the landscape, pouring its green billows from wall to wall, dripping from the cliff-lips in great vine-masses, and flinging a spray of ferns and air-plants in to the multitudinous crevices.”
“He laved hot water over her and, starting at her feet, moved up her legs, touching her artfully, almost there, then not, almost there, then not.”
“Eventually she pushed his head away though he still laved.”
“As he laved that pebbled peak with maddening tenderness, then drew it into his mouth, suckling deep and hard, Emma could no longer bite back a moan of raw delight.”
“Anyone else would have laved him with kisses; Ava demanded proof.”
“Duke held her hips down and laved the swollen knot of nerves.”
“Through the material of her gown, he laved her hardened nipple.”
“He bent to her dark, willing triangle and laved it.”
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