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  • v. Second-person singular simple present form of bury


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bury + -est


  • Marcelin, and said to him in this manner: Marcel, fair father, why buriest thou not me?

    The Golden Legend, vol. 3

  • All his neighbours reproved and chid him, saying for this cause they were commanded to be slain, and unnethe thou escapedst the commandment of death, and yet thou buriest dead men.

    The Golden Legend, vol. 2

  • O Time, what eternities of joy thou buriest in one such minute, or rather, how powerless art thou against memory; how impotent to give forgetfulness!

    Raphael Pages of the Book of Life at Twenty

  • Al swa þu leist þine sunne i {n} þare þruh {;} hwenne þu  {60} scrift underuongest of þe sunnen þe þu idon hauest to {} ȝeines godes wille. þenne þu hauest þine su {n} nen ibet {;} eft {er} þines scriftes wissunge. þenne buriest þu þine su {n} nen and bringest heom ut of þine on walde.

    Selections from early Middle English, 1130-1250 Part I: Texts


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