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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of stiffen.

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Examples

  • In addition, she was stiffened from the long trudge, and the sand, to her surprise, was anything but soft.

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  • After the preliminaries of love-play, the stimulated penis, erect, enlarged and stiffened, is pressed into the woman's vagina.

    Married Love: or, Love in Marriage

  • In addition, she was stiffened from the long trudge, and the sand, to her surprise, was anything but soft.

    Chapter 2

  • Abdallah's faces up to eight years in prison under a maximum term stiffened by a terrorism enhancement.

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  • Abdallah's faces up to eight years in prison under a maximum term stiffened by a terrorism enhancement.

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  • Abdallah's faces up to eight years in prison under a maximum term stiffened by a terrorism enhancement.

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  • In the meantime Pleasonton's three divisions, "stiffened" -- to use one of Hooker's expressions -- by two brigades of infantry, stole down to the fords and lay there during the night, quietly, and without fires, ready at the first dawn of day to spring upon their too-confident adversaries and give them a rude awakening.

    Chancellorsville and Gettysburg Campaigns of the Civil War - VI

  • Mariamne's expression stiffened and she tightened her grip on Sabin's arm.

    The Falcons of Montabard

  • Ryo stiffened, which is not easy for a Thranx to do, but it was too late to back out or change his story.

    Nor Crystal Tears

  • Ryo stiffened, which is not easy for a Thranx to do, but it was too late to back out or change his story.

    Nor Crystal Tears

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