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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of abraid.
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Similarly her ankles were not cut or abraided as though she might have tried to slip the iron from her fair limbs.
It was almost as thought the right side of his face had been abraided by some terrifying, fierce passage, by some swift, lengthy, terrible friction., as of being dragged over rock.
Sickly little Langdon, cut off from her care, abraided Sam’s sensitive ears—“I believe if that baby goes on crying 3 more hours this way I will butt my frantic brains out & try to get some peace,” he vented to Elisha Bliss.
" A large eel suddenly broke the surface tearing at the side of my abraided leg.
Whereat he awhile studying, after as a man all ravished with gladness, holding his hands and eyes up towards heaven abraided, saying with a loud voice, 'O merciful God, how much am I above other men bound to your infinite goodness, specially that (p. 363) ye have given me a Judge who feareth not to minister justice, and also a son who can suffer semblably, and obey justice!'"