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


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  • It was not that Coleridge was unaware of his failings – in fact he was horribly conscious of them, particularly his ability to procrastinate: ‘I am a Starling, self-incaged and always in the Moult, and my whole Note is, Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow.’

    Wordsworth & Coleridge II « Tales from the Reading Room


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