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  • verb obsolete Simple past tense and past participle of pluck.

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Examples

  • The leaf of Rose would draw her blood512 when pluckt that fruit from tree:

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Ravens are the ones at the tower of london what have a couple of critical tail fevers pluckt to keeps dem from flying away.

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  • And lo! in a moment, I was free, and I pluckt forth the Diskos from my hip.

    The Night Land

  • And he flung forth his monstrous arm out of the half-dark of a shadow that did be cast by the dance of the fire-hole, and caught my head-piece and pluckt it from me so strong and brutish that he cast me nigh a dozen feet on to my back.

    The Night Land

  • And I did be all shaken and something bemused by the hardness of my fall; and the hands of the two Humpt Men pluckt me sharp to the edge of the rock, the while that I did strike vaguely to wound them; but did only chip the rock, and fortunate that I harmed not the weapon.

    The Night Land

  • But truly, I did be silent with her, for I was but human, and did lack that she come to mine arms, and love me, because that I had pluckt her safe from that place.

    The Night Land

  • And she to be a pretty rogue, and did think I to mean to kiss them — and truly not to think alway wrong — but I then to have another planning; for I had pluckt a hair very sly from her head, and she but to have said an Oh! to me, and to have thought no more.

    The Night Land

  • And the dove came in to him in the evening; and, lo, in her mouth was an olive leaf pluckt off: so Noah knew that the waters were abated from off the earth.

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  • And the dove came in to him in the evening; and, lo, in her mouth was an olive leaf pluckt off: so Noah knew that the waters were abated from off the earth.

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  • Calandrino, were swolne so bigge with laughter, as if their ribbes would have burst in sunder; neverthelesse, they abstained so well as they were able; but Doctor Simon gaped so wide with laughing as one might easily have pluckt out all his teeth.

    The Decameron

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