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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of ferruminate.

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Examples

  • Think of Jonson's erudition, and the force of learned authority in that age; and yet in no genuine part of Shakspeare's works is there to be found such an absurd rant and ventriloquism as this, and too, too many other passages ferruminated by Jonson from Seneca's tragedies and the writings of the later Romans.

    Literary Remains, Volume 2

  • Jonson’s erudition, and the force of learned authority in that age; and yet, in no genuine part of Shakespeare’s works is there to be found such an absurd rant and ventriloquism as this, and too, too many other passages ferruminated by Jonson from Seneca’s tragedies, and the writings of the later Romans.

    Shakespeare, Ben Jonson, Beaumont and Fletcher

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