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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of Dutchify.


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  • Of the four of us, three spoke German better than Dutch, and unfortunately there were no native speakers to call us on it when we started unconsciously inventing Dutchified German vocabulary items.

    The drunk people got me dutch!

  • We drank coffee, and then Reed, Cushing, and I strolled to the Moravian evening lecture, where we heard soft, sweet music, and a Dutchified English prayer and preachment.

    Camps and Firesides of the Revolution

  • Dutchified as to be scarcely kenspeckle to a Scotch European; but Nature is powerful, and, in the course of time, he came in the upshot to gather his words together like a Christian.

    The Life of Mansie Wauch tailor in Dalkeith

  • The pipe was slowly removed, and the private opinion of this personage was pretty openly expressed, in his Dutchified dialect.

    Afloat and Ashore A Sea Tale


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