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


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  • Margot kneeled at Katharine's feet to stretch a white linen cloth over the frame on the floor.

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  • So we pried the door open and I kind of kneeled down just tried to talk to her and let her know that everything was going to be OK, that we had called the rescue squad and they should be there shortly.

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  • Dr. Moder asked, dropping her massive medical bag next to me as she kneeled down.

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  • One of them kneeled close to me, put his head right next to mine.

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  • As the bride reached the lowest step, the groom took her by her right hand and conducted her to the altar where they both kneeled on an elaborate kneeling cushion.

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  • Alan Cumming kneeled smiling, offering water to his dog.

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  • Lena bucked up against his head several more times and kneeled perfectly still as he licked and sucked the come from her body.


  • He kneeled down next to Thermo and got out his medical kit.

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  • Still, he kneeled there before her, naked as could be.

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  • After a moment though, she slid forward off her sofa chair, kneeled between my knees, placed her hand on my Levi's zipper, looked up at me and said, This is all I can give you.

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