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

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Examples

  • 'Tis not but I's dare fight my Lord, but I love not the limmer Loone, he has a villainous honest Face an's ene; I's kend him ence, and lik't him not; but I's drink tol yar gued Fortune; let it gang aboote, ene and ad Sirs.

    The Roundheads: or, The Good Old Cause

  • 'Tis not but I's dare fight, my Lord, but I love not the limmer Loone, he has a villanous honest Face an's ene; I's ken'd him ence, and lik't him not; but I's drink tol yar gued Fortune; let it gang aboote, ene and ad, Sirs.

    The Works of Aphra Behn, Volume I

  • By "Presumptuous it lik't him," we must of course understand "Presumptuous that he liked it himself," or presumptuously self-satisfied.

    The Lucasta Poems

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