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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of weet.
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‘My hopes are lost by me’; and I weeted no way of escaping blame but to call for a lute, saying, ‘I will show you what escaped her in the air she played.’
Then I repented of what I had done, seeing the company vexed with me, and I said in my mind, 'My hopes are lost by me'; and I weeted no way of escaping blame but to call for a lute, saying, 'I will show you what escaped her in the air she played.'
He at once recognised the father who had reared him, and when he gazed at the other standing beside him his heart was opened to the love of him albeit he weeted naught of their tie of blood nor believed that any was his sire save the Shaykh who had adopted him.
In time, you'll know when someone's died because they won't have weeted or updated their MySpace page …
"What I don't understand is why there are still people who think an off-leash dog is a great enough threat to merit the increased $1,000 leash fine." weeted from the leash law hearing earlier today, where, despite Green's advice, a City Council committee voted to reduce the fine.
Of all the stuff I've weeted* on the blog, it's the story of my sons battle to become a Go kart pilot that has attracted the most delight and conversation when I've actually bumped into online blog friends.
Listen, Cindy, I ‘weeted a couple of Missed Connections-type ‘weets over on ‘witter in the hope that a certain special someone might notice and come over here for some verbal abuse.