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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of buckram.
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But when it comes to the dust on the gilt tops of my red-buckrammed Molière she fears infection.
He was simply a man from whose reproof one shrank; in manner the least buckrammed of mankind, he had, in serious moments, an extreme dignity of goodness.
A slight difference of method may be observed in the treatment of authors in Chapter X. and onwards, this treatment being not only somewhat less judicial and more "impressionist," but also more general and less buckrammed out with abstracts of particular works. [