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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of languish.
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In our senate thou'st languisht since Sheridan died,
Mony from the General Bank but the Bank languisht, Credit sunk, and in a short time they had little to do, but dissolv'd of Course.
And whilst she languisht for the expected Bridegroom,
_ Nay, then thou dost deal with the Devil, that's certain -- Thou hast guess'd as right as if thou hadst been one of that Number it has languisht for -- I find you'll be better acquainted with it; nor can you take it in a better time, for I am come from Sea, Child; and _Venus_ not being propitious to me in her own Element, I have a world of Love in store -- Wou'd you would be good-natur'd, and take some on't off my
Number it has languisht for — I find you’ll be better acquainted with it; nor can you take it in a better time, for I am come from