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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of draught.

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Examples

  • The City Council had voted a sum of 3,000,000 dols. to provide substitutes for the conscripts to be draughted from the city.

    Foreign and Colonial News

  • The period of service for which the militia were "draughted" would expire December 9.

    Sea Power in its Relations to the War of 1812 Volume 2

  • I've lost count of the number of times down the years I've been draughted in to discuss how to regenerate a community which is often in its turn steadfastly resistant to any hint of such a thing being done to it.

    Crusaders : Progress report

  • I've lost count of the number of times down the years I've been draughted in to discuss how to regenerate a community which is often in its turn steadfastly resistant to any hint of such a thing being done to it.

    Crusaders : Progress report

  • I would think that ships probably were a factor in logistics, on the logic that this was the case in the better-documented later Norse wars, and seventh-century ships were also shallow-draughted and capable of shifting men and supplies long distances by sea and navigable river.

    Early medieval armies: numbers

  • I've lost count of the number of times down the years I've been draughted in to discuss how to regenerate a community which is often in its turn steadfastly resistant to any hint of such a thing being done to it.

    46 entries from January 2008

  • If this is correct, it implies that the harbour was still capable of taking trading shipping at a useful volume, at least for shallow-draughted ships like those used by the Norsemen, until at least the tenth century.

    Chester in the seventh century: surviving infrastructure

  • A functioning harbour, at least for shallow-draughted vessels;

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • If this is correct, it implies that the harbour was still capable of taking trading shipping at a useful volume, at least for shallow-draughted ships like those used by the Norsemen, until at least the tenth century.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • A functioning harbour, at least for shallow-draughted vessels;

    Chester in the seventh century: surviving infrastructure

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