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

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Examples

  • ++The caumberlayne muste be dylyge {n} t & clenly in his offyce, with his heed kembed, & so to his souerayne that he be not recheles, & se that he haue a clene sherte, breche, petycote, and doublet/tha {n} brusshe his hosen within & without, & se his shone & slyppers be made clene/[a]  & at morne whan your souerayne wyll aryse, warme his sherte by the fyre/

    Early English Meals and Manners

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