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  • v. Present participle of obsecrate.

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Examples

  • It was, however, in vain that Andrew Fairservice employed his lungs in obsecrating a share of Dougal's protection, or at least his interference to procure restoration of his shoes.

    Rob Roy

  • Fairservice employed his lungs in obsecrating a share of Dougal's protection, or at least his interference to procure restoration of his shoes.

    Rob Roy — Complete

  • Fairservice employed his lungs in obsecrating a share of Dougal’s protection, or at least his interference to procure restoration of his shoes.

    Rob Roy

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