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  • verb Simple past of wreak.

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Examples

  • Then they wheeled about in the field and struck at each other two strokes; but Gharib avoided Samsam's stroke which wreak had wroke and dealt with a buffet that beat in his breastbone and cast him to the ground -- stone dead.

    Arabian nights. English

  • Then they wheeled about in the field and struck at each other two strokes; but Gharib avoided Samsam’s stroke which wreak had wroke and dealt with a buffet that beat in his breastbone and cast him to the ground — stone dead.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

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