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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of ignify.
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Notwithstanding we wanted an example to encourage us in our porterly rudeness, we ordered them to light the wax candle, by which we ignified our pipes and blew about our whiffs; at which several Sir Foplins drew their faces into as many peevish wrinkles as the beaux at the Bow Street Coffee-house, near
ignified defiance as Belfast falls silent after killings
Bills referved are to have no force till his najcfty's affent is (ignified by the governor, which, to be valid, muft be fignified within two y«ars from the time the bill is prefented to the governor.
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