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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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I tell you what, Sir, -- with all these magnificent appliances of civilization, it is time we began to hear something from the _jeunesse dorée_ whose names are on the Golden Book of our sumptuous, splendid, marble-palaced Venice, -- something in the higher walks of literature, -- something in the councils of the nation.
And this Great King was a far-way, tremendous, golden figure, moving in a splendor as of fairy tales; palaced marvelously, so travelers told, in cities compared with which even Athens seemed mean.