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  • v. Present participle of impignorate.

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Examples

  • Fifth, that it is "all upon the king:" that is to say, it _was_ all upon the king; but now our constitution has become so incomparably perfect, that "the king can do no wrong;" and he has no difficulty in finding ministers, who voluntarily impignorating themselves for all his actions in this world, will, in all probability, not escape from the clutches of the great _Pawnbroker_ in the next -- from which facts I draw the following conclusions: --

    The Pacha of Many Tales

  • "the king can do no wrong;" and he has no difficulty in finding ministers, who voluntarily impignorating themselves for all his actions in this world, will, in all probability, not escape from the clutches of the great _Pawnbroker_ in the next -- from which facts I draw the following conclusions: --

    The Pacha of Many Tales

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