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


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  • "For Epigenes of Rhodes is right, after all," said Jurgen, "in suggesting a misprint: and the word should be 'laved'."

    Jurgen A Comedy of Justice

  • The city was perched on its barren, hot rock, with scarcely a drop of water, and its inhabitants must often have been tempted to wish that there had been running down the sun-bleached bed of the Kedron a flashing stream, such as laved the rock-cut temples and tombs of Thebes.

    Expositions of Holy Scripture Isaiah and Jeremiah

  • A sea of vegetation laved the landscape, pouring its green billows from wall to wall, dripping from the cliff-lips in great vine-masses, and flinging a spray of ferns and air-plants in to the multitudinous crevices.

    Koolau the Leper

  • He laved hot water over her and, starting at her feet, moved up her legs, touching her artfully, almost there, then not, almost there, then not.

    Three Stages of Amazement

  • Eventually she pushed his head away though he still laved.

    Demon From The Dark

  • As he laved that pebbled peak with maddening tenderness, then drew it into his mouth, suckling deep and hard, Emma could no longer bite back a moan of raw delight.

    The Devil Wears Plaid

  • Anyone else would have laved him with kisses; Ava demanded proof.

    Ecstasy in Darkness

  • Duke held her hips down and laved the swollen knot of nerves.

    Entice Me at Twilight

  • Through the material of her gown, he laved her hardened nipple.

    One Night in Scotland

  • He bent to her dark, willing triangle and laved it.

    Aching for Always


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