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- v. Past participle of flow
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- imp. pl. of fly, v. i.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An obsolete preterit plural and past participle of fly.
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I was flowen back to MAG-11, SQD. -11 due to my right arm going paralyzed;
We rescue many countries that want really just want to spit on our beliefs and the flag that has flowen for those which have served.
And whan his folk saughe him at the erthe, thei weren alle abasscht, and wenden he had ben ded, and flowen everych one; and hire enemyes aftre, and chaced hem: but thei wiste not, that the emperour was there.
Plato, or Aristotle, as matter worthelie forceth to commend, when as of them, all learnyng, and singularitée of artes hath flowen.
A booke called the Foundacion of Rhetorike because all other partes of Rhetorike are grounded thereupon, euery parte sette forthe in an Oracion vpon questions, verie profitable to bee knowen and redde
The gees for fere flowen over the trees, and the bees come out of their hives.
He ordeyned furst yat theeues yat to Temple flowen wer,
Time whẽ it is once flowen awaye (and it flyeth awaye very quickely) may be called againe by no inchauntmentes.
So unless this is the first time they've flowen to Salisbury Plain, I think the MoD are telling porkies.
Willi flowen, 'garlands each revolving Year Shall strow the grave where Tnith and Softness rest.
( "O prinuvera gioteiitn del itun PaiiKT of blooming flowen and gay deGru,