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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of bathe.
  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of bath.


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  • Yonder he stands, his sword bathed in the blood of your enemy — Favilla, your beloved sister, by him, and by him alone, preserved from misery worse than death; for this night

    Cava of Toledo; or, the Gothic Princess

  • Instead of using butter or margarine or mayonnaise, the sandwich is "bathed" in olive oil to flavor and moisten.

    Archive 2007-04-01

  • Chris Robinson even looked like he bathed which is always a plus when you see the Crowes.

    unclebob Diary Entry

  • It's a little surreal as the team is splashed with water ( "bathed") and then dressed in their own

    say la vee

  • It is a new world tonight, bathed in love and intimate rejuvenation with the whole universe as we dance together under the glittering lights of a Kalahari sky.

    The Bushman Way of Tracking God

  • Another bit of shared DNA between the works: In Rembrandt's merchant and Mr. Condo's clown, the same sides of the face are bathed in shadow and set against a lighter background; the other sides of each face are light and placed beside a darker background.

    George Condo Visits the Old Masters

  • It was a clear, cold night, not over-cold, -- not more than forty below, -- and the land was bathed in a soft, diffused flood of light which found its source not in the stars, nor yet in the moon, which was somewhere over on the other side of the world.

    CHAPTER 18

  • He seemed bathed in blood, and as he crawled he cried like a little dog.

    Koolau the Leper

  • Polly took great joy in teaching it to her uncle, but when, himself questing for some of this genial flood of life that bathed about his brother, Frederick essayed the song, he noted suppressed glee on the part of his listeners, which increased, through giggles and snickers, to a great outburst of laughter.


  • He felt like a prince returned from excile, and his lonely heart burgeoned in the geniality in which it bathed.

    Chapter 42


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