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


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  • It was soon noised about that the 'Russian Princess' was not

    The Wife of a King

  • And it became noised about who I was, and who my husband had been, what I had been.


  • I would not want it noised abroad that ending the sentence with a preposition, which we regularly do with all clarity, is something I object to.

    Two Books of the Same Kind « Unknowing

  • Karen's real crime is behaving chagrined, almost as though she didn't want it noised abroad!

    Karen Owen's powerpoint: sex and autobiography

  • Its tethering to that generic foretime induces the experience of a further vivid component of noised listening.

    Noise is...

  • Michael Barr, assistant treasury secretary, was noised up early on as a possible candidate, but the PR push halted abruptly when her many supporters pointed out the obvious, that she was clearly the better choice.

    Yves Smith: Elizabeth Warren on Way to Being Sidelined as Head of Consumer Protection Agency, Relegated to "Advisor" Role

  • The belief in her holiness, which had gone on increasing, was greatly strengthened, after her holy death, by the frame of the miracles which God performed at her intercession, and which were noised abroad.

    29 December -- St Thomas of Canterbury

  • Though it wasn't hard to guess why Ta-Kumsaw wouldn't want it noised around much.

    He Don't Know Him

  • Of course, I did not mind you so much, as you are not connected with the official police, but it is not pleasant to have a family misfortune like this noised abroad.

    Sole Music

  • No monarch likes it to be known that he's been a target, not if it can be kept dark, and his aides won't care to have their incompetence noised abroad.



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