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


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  • Are sentient entities such as the NetMind created only through Psy influenced nets/webs, or do webs consisting only of changelings also have them (groups of alphas & blood oathed soldiers)?

    Q & A

  • Riley blood oathed with Hawke so he's connected there and although Nalini hasn't stated it, Hawke should be in Judd's web b/c they blood oathed too.

    The Hostage to Pleasure Spoiler Thread

  • Another important factor for me was the fact that the oaths are never explained to you before you are deep into the temple ceremony and the necessity of agreeing to them is put to you in front of dozens of already-oathed members of your family and church community.

    I Think I Was Just Informed of My Pending Excommunication. | Mind on Fire

  • Plopped there on the stage surrounded by loyalty-oathed Republicans -- wife Lynne, the honorary den mother of The 'L' Word at his side -- Cheney reminded me of Ed McMahon.

    On Top of Old Baldy: James Wolcott

  • Hee oathed you to bee stylle, & strayte dydd sette you free.

    The Rowley Poems

  • I loved how samara threatens to kill your renegade character for what you forced her to do (she's oathed to you only so long as the reaper threat exists).

  • And I am not referring to the flubbed oath, which was not really his fault, and which he wisely re-oathed later, just to preclude any wacko conspiracy theories, on the one hand a sad reminder of the significance of wacko conspiracy theorists in your country, on the other hand sort of entertaining for people who like to laugh at your country, not that I number myself among them.


  • Harald firm-oathed! oft hast thou the earth engirdled with thy ships;

    The Sagas of Olaf Tryggvason and of Harald The Tyrant (Harald Haardraade)

  • Lezi angry put the sword insert in body fleet, fist without weapon then came at Loui, He’s oathed, “So dirty animal!”

    Heroes Man | SciFi, Fantasy & Horror Collectibles

  • Towards the National League, as at present administered on the lines of the agrarian agitation, Mr. O'Leary has so far preserved an attitude of neutrality, though he has never for a moment hesitated either in public or in private most vehemently to condemn such sworn Fenians as have accepted seats in the British Parliament, speaking his mind freely and firmly of them as "double-oathed men" playing a constitutional part with one hand, and a treasonable part with the other.

    Ireland Under Coercion (2nd ed.) (2 of 2) (1888)


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