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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of Hibernicize.
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Hibernicized, and in one comprehensive second drop into a chair, "smooth her wrinkled front" and side curls, shake out her rumpled draperies, and rise from an instant's searching of the Scriptures with features expressive of the very acme of Christian peace and benediction.
English, more than half _Hibernicized_, confronted these strangers with all the self-complacency of natives of the soil on which they stood.
The whole Leinster and Norman force, with the exception of a troop of archers left to garrison Waterford, were now put in motion for the siege of the chief city of the Hibernicized descendants of the Northmen.
Fitz-Aldelm's recall, was more than half _Hibernicized_ by marriage with one of Roderick's daughters, and the