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

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Examples

  • I have seen when you were willing to tie his points or brush his cloak, or the like — and to be treated thus ungratefully — and gudgeoned of the opportunities which had been given you” — “It is not for that,” said Bletson, waving his hand gracefully.

    Woodstock

  • I have seen when you were willing to tie his points or brush his cloak, or the like -- and to be treated thus ungratefully -- and gudgeoned of the opportunities which had been given you "--

    Woodstock; or, the Cavalier

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