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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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It was folded with cunning, sealed with crime, uptied by a harlot, undone by a child.
And they addled, (or ere the cry of their tongues would be uptied dead) Shufflebotham asidled, plus his ducks fore his drills, an inlay of a liddle more lining maught be licensed all at ones, be these same tokens, for-giving a brass rap, sneither a whole length nor a short shift so full as all were concerned.