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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of lapper.
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Perhaps when you become acquainted with the General and the Cornal you will wonder that they are never at any time jocular, and maybe you will think that they are soured at life and that all their kindness is turned to lappered cream.
The water lappered pleasantly beneath the boat as Simeon deftly drew it over the sea.
The streets presented a woeful spectacle: men were lying with their bones broken -- others, though not so seriously injured, lappered in their blood -- some were crawling up, but were instantly knocked down by their enemies -- some were leaning against the walls, or groping their way silently along them, endeavoring to escape observation, lest they might be smashed down and altogether murdered.
The floor was all covered with lappered blood, and sheep and calf skins.
"Nothing was there to see, lappered blood, nor mark of body on grass!