American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A turn or change of course; a turning or veering; hence, a rolling or tossing about.
- n. A course; a passage; a path.
- n. A furlong of land.
- n. See wend and go.
- n. An obsolete preterit and past participle of ween.
- v. Simple past of go.
- v. nonstandard Past participle of go
- v. archaic Simple past tense and past participle of wend.
- n. obsolete A course; a way, a path; a journey.
GNU Webster's 1913
- Originally the past tense of wend. (Wiktionary)
- Middle English, from Old English wende, past tense and past participle of wendan, to go. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“You see after those pics in the newspapers of you giving Katya the kiss of life after that see we were flooded simply flooded with inquiries and all the cheaper seats went in a flash and the reception tickets, too all went ”
“The mother and son were very near one to the other, close in their sympathies, and there can be but little doubt that the thoughts of the mother as she was struck went out, and perhaps _went strongly out_, to her boy who was now away from home.”
“_And she went -- and she went_!" rumbled Pat in the bass.”
“Denum æðeling tō yppan, _the prince_ (Bēowulf), _honored by the Danes, went to the high seat_, 1815; ēode ... under inwit-hrōf, 3124; pl. þǣr swīðferhðe sittan ēodon, 493; ēodon him þā tōgēanes, _went to meet him_,”
“Denum äðeling tô yppan, _the prince_ (Beówulf), _honored by the Danes, went to the high seat_, 1815; eode ... under inwit-hrôf, 3124; pl. þær swîðferhðe sittan eodon, 493; eodon him þâ tôgeánes, _went to meet him_,”
“If any Chriftian went to any Corner of the Worlds how far fbever diftant, where there ware Chriftians; and i£ he was ihftru&ed with Commendatory Letters, by thofe from. whom he went* he was forthwith Admitted to Communion with thofe to whom he came.”
“•went in the morning, went thro* the warren about Weft Dean; here he dropt, Sir Harry LiddelJ, down to Benderton; from here Lord Harry funk, up to Bender, ton Down to the Hay's bufhes,”
“I went 30 dollars over budget last month and I don’t even know where some of it went ”
“R&S gradually lost steam, moseying along till the early 00s, at which point the label went on indefinite hiatus.”
“Eventually, Duke provided me second-year students to help with each of my classes, but as the term went on, that volunteer tutor system broke down.”
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