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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of enridge.
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Though she is clearly heading for a life on the margins, and thus a scrote, vagabond, customer or whatever the current turn of phrase puts on her, the young boy is living in a privately owned house with the enridged mother, and said house may apparently be worth nearly 400,000 English pounds.
Some monstrous creature at the top of the cliff, a creature whose eyes are 'two full moons' and whose face possesses 'a thousand noses,/Horns whelked and waved like the enridged sea, 'has encouraged Gloucester to jump.
Horns welked and waved, like the enridged _sea_. '