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- adj. taken; unavailable; not single
- v. claimed, reserved, or occupied
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The chief among them was a young woman named Anne-Marie de Georgel, who is thought to have spoken for the others when she described their beliefs.
Meanwhile, Sir Montague had spoken for the best part of an hour and his gentle voice was apologizing to Judge and Jury.
"And Surprise Golem had already spoken for him," Metria said smugly.
Since then, the Greatwolves have spoken for the Ancients and have been the guardians of the wolves and of the promise.
It has, however, I think, been made clear that that spoken for Sextus Roscius came before it.
"You are tired," said the Vicomtesse — the first words she had spoken for some time.
Something, in our passage, may be spoken for the vindication of divine justice herein, seeing we may be more concerned in that divine commination than the most are aware.