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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of forgather.


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  • This is the region of delightful dogs and horses and domestic animals of all sorts; of crimson-faced hosts and buxom ale-wives; of the most winsome and black-eyed milkmaids and the most devoted lovers and their lasses; of the most headlong and horn-blowing huntsmen -- a land where Madam Blaize forgathers with the impeccable worthy who caused the death of the Mad Dog; where John Gilpin takes the

    De Libris: Prose and Verse

  • It is very notorious from the common difcourfe of men even on this great oc» caiion (and Iwifli it had not appeared too evidently in the debates of the houfes), that AND POLITICAL -- loj chat very manjr of us faav« but aude notions of the form of government un - der which we live, and which. hath been tranfmitted to us from our forgathers.

    Moral and Political Dialogues;: With Letters on Chivalry and Romance


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