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


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  • We don't find in Sri Aurobindo the despair Carlyle was said to have felt "in the face of a nature dis-godded and language desacralized."

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  • Where other secularists see a secularist Enlightenment ascendant, I see a godded-up society, rife with stealth corruption. Main RSS Feed

  • Professor Philip Davis, from the University’s School of English, said: The brain reacts to reading a phrase such as ‘he godded me’ from the tragedy of Coriolanus, in a similar way to putting a jigsaw puzzle together.

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  • I couldn’t quite resolve to reading all the comments on posts, but I know I am not the only thirty-something woman who grinned or “oh my godded” at the things that have made up your life.

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  • "CORIOLANUS: This last old man,

    Whom with crack'd heart I have sent to Rome,

    Lov'd me above the measure of a father;

    Nay, godded me indeed."

    - William Shakespeare, 'The Tragedy of Coriolanus'.

    August 29, 2009