from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Endued with power or virtue; efficacious.


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  • Likely Will had decided she was as loose-virtued as a ... well, there wasn't any point in worrying about what Will thought.

    Moon Shadow

  • But in poetry, human experience is wrought to symbol, and symbol is many virtued, according to the imaginative energy that broods upon it.

    William Shakespeare


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