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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of pilgrim.
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But such visitation behoveth me after I have pilgrimed to the Holy House of Allah259 and naught withholdeth, me therefrom but my love to thee, because I cannot leave thee for one day.
More people had come to the city to join in the welcoming demonstration than had pilgrimed to Jerusalem on the Passover, in the days before the division of the kingdom.
As if the teachings of Anarchism in its extremest form could equal the force of those slain women and infants, who had pilgrimed to the King for aid.
The Italian who cast them pilgrimed over the world in search of them.
He could weep, in old years, this man, and 'fall on his knees on the pavement,' blessing Heaven at sight of Federation Programs or like; then he pilgrimed to Paris, to worship Marat and the Mountain: now Marat and he are both gone; -- we said he could not end well.
Chalier, who pilgrimed to Paris 'to behold Marat and the Mountain,' has verily kindled himself at their sacred urn: for on the 6th of February last, History or Rumour has seen him haranguing his Lyons Jacobins in
But such visitation behoveth me after I have pilgrimed to the Holy House of Allah [FN#259] and naught withholdeth, me therefrom but my love to thee, because I cannot leave thee for one day. "