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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of reach.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of reck.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- imp. & p. p. of reach.
- imp. & p. p. of reck.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An obsolete preterit and past participle of reach.
- An obsolete preterit and past participle of reck.
Your'e absolutely raught Mr "no context guy" , The Idiots that come on my show all listen to Rapp music....
I would say it is often useful to suspend, when engaging in boundries of the conceptually unknown, predisposed judgement, but that this practice is just a relaxation of the focused attenuation often implicit in intuition–it is not the concertated dimissal of what progress science has raught.
"Ful semèly after hire meat she raught," which Mr Horne improves into ---
All furious and fierce, and he raught up from resting
And raught not to five weeks when he came to five-score.
The auld guidman raught down the pock, [reached, bag]
S. Mark, and anon he raught him a spear by which he was saved, and for this cause he came anon in pilgrimage to Venice and told this miracle.
And therefore many bishops despised him, but he raught not if he did it to be done by the said Augustin, that which he could not do himself.
Clinging, or seeming to cling, to the trunk of a tree that, caught Fast in the rocks below, scarce out of the surges raught.
Fast in the rocks below, scarce out of the surges raught.