from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- v. Past tense of write.
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- v. Simple past of write.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- intransitive v. To root with the snout. See 1st root.
- imp. & archaic p. p. of write.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Preterit and obsolete or vulgar past participle of write.
- A Middle English form of root.
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If the question is reduced to one of great names, into the other side of the scales may be thrown not two but dozens of the most illustrious men who not only wrote, but _became famous mainly because they wrote_.
On June 25th 2009, kaitlin wrote: is chris brown popular culture
And someone famous enough that I vaguely recognized the name wrote about hell being the torture of a bad conscience.
The humorous storyteller's strategy, as Twain wrote, is to feign innocence so as to trip up the audience's.
"We have mixed feelings about discounted pricing," the label wrote in an email to fans who had purchased Stevens' previous EP.
I also in this term wrote a MS. on the Calculus of Variations, and one on Wood's Algebra, 2nd and 4th parts.
In a statement emailed to Pitchfork earlier this week, the label wrote: "
Bpin wrote: It is not the GOP the liberals have to watch out for.
In 1935, Popkin wrote a letter to the Australian official war historian, detailing a map and letter that stated he thought he had killed the Red Baron.
"As Governor, I did my utmost to warn our legislators that accepting stimulus funds will further tie Alaska to the federal government and chip away at Alaska's right to chart its own course," Palin wrote on her Facebook page Sunday.