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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of crudle.

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Examples

  • Blood tinged the silvery stream, and crudled round the mossy stones.

    Fragments of Ancient Poetry

  • In his "Argument" to Februarie, which contains a detailed allegory of court intrigue, E.K. carefully draws attention to the "literal" sense in which the tale may be taken: For as in this time of yeare, so then in our bodies there is a dry & withering cold, which congealeth the crudled blood, and frieseth the wetherbeaten flesh, with stormes of Fortune, & hoare frosts of Care.

    Shepheardes Calendar

  • - 3b - bodies there is a dry & withering cold, which congealeth the crudled blood, and frieseth the wetherbeaten flesh, with stormes of Fortune, & hoare frosts of Care.

    Shepheardes Calendar

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