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

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Examples

  • We also found a number of odd pedestalled bowls with an internal cup like depression of unknown function.

    Interactive Dig Hierakonpolis - Narmer's Temple Week 2

  • As we drove up to the porticoed front door, I observed in front of it, beside the tennis lawn, the black tool-house and the pedestalled sundial with which we had such strange associations.

    The Adventure of the Dancing Men.

  • She had always accepted with philosophic calm the fact that such existences as hers were pedestalled on foundations of obscure humanity.

    The House of Mirth

  • And then, suddenly, she discovered that the man who had sought ruin because of her loss, and who had risen, pedestalled, from that ruin to another and a greater personality, had won a place in her heart from which he was not to be driven.

    The Genius

  • He stood now worshipped in the awful glory of his millions, pedestalled on his money-bags, gilded from head to heel; and what could the proudest noblesse upon earth do but forget and forgive the rags and hunger of his infancy, and come together, from the east and from the west, to drink of the cup of his enchantments, and cry, "Long live King Solomon in all his glory?"

    The International Magazine, Volume 2, No. 2, January, 1851

  • A body less firmly pedestalled upon powerful legs and scoop-shovel feet would have gone down.

    The Devil's Asteroid

  • Now, in a trice, he was not only admitted to comradeship, but patently valued as something rare and sacred to be acclaimed and pedestalled.

    Penrod

  • He really must get some one to give him that little pedestalled Cupid which he saw yesterday in Wardour Street.

    Yet Again

  • And in the midst of it all stood Mr. Cooke, an animated central figure pedestalled on a stump, giving emphatic directions in a voice of authority.

    The Celebrity, Complete

  • It was Cromwell's mood, as one who, living under the eye of God, scorned the vapourings of pedestalled mortals.

    The Path of the King

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