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


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  • Four days after, the baths were troubled with people, which was an occasion that the cane appeared not all that while; but that impediment being removed, and the accustomed solitude returned, the cane did again appear, with a linen hanging thereat so grossly impregned as it promised to be delivered of a most happy burden.

    The Fourth Book. XIII. Wherein Is Prosecuted the History of the Captive


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