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  • verb Present participle of thou.

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Examples

  • "thouing" the magistrates, and for refusing to take the oaths enacted by the laws.

    Letters on England

  • "thouing" was not approved of in a country where a man is perpetually obliged to employ the titles of "highness" and "excellency."

    Letters on England

  • He was ‘theeing’ and ‘thouing’ me all over the place.

    Savage Peace

  • Mitchell Palmer was a Quaker but all the “theeing and thouing” of the night of June 2 was not about returning to his Quaker roots and sensibilities.

    Savage Peace

  • He was ‘theeing’ and ‘thouing’ me all over the place.

    Savage Peace

  • He was ‘theeing’ and ‘thouing’ me all over the place.

    Savage Peace

  • Mitchell Palmer was a Quaker but all the “theeing and thouing” of the night of June 2 was not about returning to his Quaker roots and sensibilities.

    Savage Peace

  • Mitchell Palmer was a Quaker but all the “theeing and thouing” of the night of June 2 was not about returning to his Quaker roots and sensibilities.

    Savage Peace

  • ” And in “Twelfth Night” Sir Toby Belch urges Sir Andrew Aguecheek to provoke the disguised Viola to combat by thouing her.

    Chapter 9. The Common Speech. 4. The Pronoun

  • The Quakers were several times persecuted under Charles II.; not upon a religious account, but for refusing to pay the tithes, for “theeing” and “thouing” the magistrates, and for refusing to take the oaths enacted by the laws.

    Letter III-On the Quakers

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