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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of hansel.
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I have in fact/hanselled/it in writing to you, - we shall see with what luck.
Indeed, there is no contrivance of our body, but some good man in Scripture hath hanselled it with prayer.
Then he made peace between them and clad them all in sumptuous robes of honour and hanselled them with precious jewels of land and sea.
"Then in a little while came those chiefs of ours and said that truce had been hanselled them for this time, but on these terms, that my lord and I and all those who had been in arms, and whosoever would, that feared the king's wrath, should have leave to depart from his city so that they went and abode no nearer than fifty miles thereof till they should know his further pleasure.
However, we hanselled your cup, as you know she is of a thirsty temperament. "