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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of ash.

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Examples

  • Seven, three European cheeses: tangy Manchego with membrillo, creamy ashed Morbier with red pepper honey, sweet Gorgonzola Dolce on—

    The Kitchen Daughter

  • All thought ashed as she continued to stroke him, her wet, soapy hands sliding back and forth with increasing speed.

    Etched in Bone

  • All thought ashed as she continued to stroke him, her wet, soapy hands sliding back and forth with increasing speed.

    Etched in Bone

  • Then sun­light. ashed on metal, and the sound became distinct, a clank­ing and whirring of giant bronze wings.

    Archive 2010-02-01

  • Seven, three European cheeses: tangy Manchego with membrillo, creamy ashed Morbier with red pepper honey, sweet Gorgonzola Dolce on—

    The Kitchen Daughter

  • I traced the vein that rose in her temple when she got angry all the way along her body until it ashed out varicosely on her smooth calf.

    things to know about the people parked along the road that runs through Humboldt Park: part 20

  • All thought ashed as she continued to stroke him, her wet, soapy hands sliding back and forth with increasing speed.

    Etched in Bone

  • All thought ashed as she continued to stroke him, her wet, soapy hands sliding back and forth with increasing speed.

    Etched in Bone

  • Then she lit a cigarette and ashed it in the tray on the nightstand beside the cheap bed.

    AFTER LULU

  • Mittens had her hands on her hips, a long ashed cigarette in her lips.

    One Night Below Climax

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