Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The second person singular of the preterit of do, do.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • the 2d pers. sing. imp. of do.

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  • verb archaic second person singular past tense of do

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Examples

  • Not a word didst thou mutter to me in 1814, of the publication of the MS., and did I not deem thy reckless enterprise suitably punished by the complaints of our

    Peter Schlemihl

  • Its sides thou went'st, and by his name didst call

    The Odyssey of Homer

  • Him the son of Aeson with prudence addressed: “Good friend, assuredly with an evil word didst thou revile me, saying before them all that I was the wronger of a kindly man.

    The Argonautica

  • Him the son of Aeson with prudence addressed: "Good friend, assuredly with an evil word didst thou revile me, saying before them all that I was the wronger of a kindly man.

    The Argonautica

  • Thus, ere thou didst issue from thy mother's womb, I destined for thee two founts of gleaming milk, eyes to watch over thee, and hearts to love thee.

    Laura Weinberg: Divine Love Story: Birth Of A New Revelation

  • Thus, ere thou didst issue from thy mother's womb, I destined for thee two founts of gleaming milk, eyes to watch over thee, and hearts to love thee.

    Laura Weinberg: Divine Love Story: Birth Of A New Revelation

  • "Mayhap thou didst sleep over-sound last night when I called by the river bank," he began, glowering darkly.

    THE MARRIAGE TO LIT-LIT

  • It kind of goes hand in hand to me …. .oh Summit where didst thou go wrong?

    Twilight Lexicon » Kellan Lutz Weighs In On Eclipse and Breaking Dawn

  • Then it is for thee to wail likewise, claiming that this thing is not well, and that the other thing thou dost not like, and that to be the wife of the Factor is more than thou didst bargain for, only wilt thou be content with more blankets, and more tobacco, and more wealth of various sorts for thy poor old father, Snettishane.

    THE MARRIAGE TO LIT-LIT

  • Did I not give to thee of the liver of the she-deer, because thou didst bring me crawfish?

    THE FIRST POET

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