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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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The scroll bore, with the day and date adjected, that judgement had been done on Archibald de Hagenbach, for tyranny, violence, and oppression, by order of the Holy Vehme, and that it was executed by their officials, who were responsible for the same to their tribunal alone.
(that is, abstracted) _from_ the substance or being to which it belongs; but an adjective denotes a quality _joined_ (adjected) _to_ the substance or being to which it belongs.
The Lord forgie 'me! what am I sayin'! "adjected Miss Horn, with