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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of cere.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In ornith, having a cere; cerate.
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Along comes September 11th, 2001, a date cered into the Nations memory forever.
Rome, all noble men, whom the king did do balm and gum with many good gums aromatic, and after did do cere them in sixty fold of cered cloth of sendal, and laid them in chests of lead, because they should not chafe nor savour, and upon all these bodies their shields with their arms and banners were set, to the end they should be known of what country they were.
First the body to be well syred (cered) and chested.
And there was prepared an horse-bier, and Sir Launcelot and his fellows followed the bier on foot from Almesbury until they came to Glastonbury; and she was wrapped in cered clothes, and laid in a coffin of marble.
And then she was wrapped in cered cloth of Raines, from the top to the toe, in thirtyfold, and after she was put in a web of lead, and then in a coffin of marble.
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