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

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Examples

  • Instead of five years, let three years pass, and this clamorous Parlement shall have both seen its enemy hurled prostrate, and been itself ridden to foundering (say rather, jugulated for hide and shoes), and lie dead in the ditch.

    The French Revolution

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