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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of breakfast.


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  • Mascall breakfasted here; he eats a great deal of Butter.

    Jane Austen's Letters To Her Sister Cassandra and Others

  • I "breakfasted" again and again with Adolphe Sax, and had always the same fare -- "un bifteck et des oeufs sur le plat." ...

    The Bed-Book of Happiness

  • Started from Shefford ill, and without food — Dined or breakfasted, at Wellwyn, got to town rather better, sleept with little Jack who had the tooth ache all night, had only 2 hours sleep. —

    Letter 324

  • I had that morning breakfasted with Surgeon Chandler who sometimes attended on poor Charles — I was concernd to hear that you had been indisposed, and rejoice in your recovery.

    Letter 194

  • At Canterbury I calld on my old friend Mr Cullen, who breakfasted with us next morning, and accompanied us to the Old Cathedrial.

    Letter 290

  • None of his Republican rivals will be able to say that they have addressed Parliament or bed and breakfasted at Buckingham Palace.

    What is the special relationship behind the barbecue bonhomie? | Andrew Rawnsley

  • Sunday, July 12, 2009 july in seattle (part 2) just a few more random portraits from my trip. in addition to the show, i dropped by the housewarming party of a dear friend from high school, said happy bday to jen j, and breakfasted with julie for the last time on this continent for a while (she's moving to new zealand this week).

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • At the chime of the churchbells, I dressed, breakfasted with Marm, and left for work.


  • I was safe landed in Bishopsgate Stt — breakfasted at Newmarket at 8, Oclock, and rode 7 hours before dinner, dining at Epping at 3, — found all friends well

    Letter 29

  • He did so, and breakfasted below, and sat there till

    Letter 343


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