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- adjective Obsolete form of
- verb obsolete Simple past tense and past participle of
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In his words, “What else is order, but unity, brancht out into all the parts of Consociate bodies, to keep them intire and perfect”
Whose laboring beautie brancht itself abroad, 'etc.
Upon the five-brancht stock -- or, in other words, never cut your finger-nails on a holy day.
Tokay, which must have stood upon a vein of gold, and in which a stream of gold brancht out and ran through all the wood.
"No ordinary man could have graspt the situation or brancht out in the business world without possessing the qualities held by Merrick.