A Dictionary of the English Language: In which the Words are Deduced from Their Originals, and Illustrated in Their Different Significations, by Examples from the Best Writers, to which are Prefixed a History of the Language, and an English Grammar
Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, 1805
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Have, or have thou; let him have ; Plur. Let us have; have, or have ye; let them
have. Conjunctive Mood. Present. $ng. I have ; thou have ; be have ; Pär. We
have ; ye have ; they have. Preteru Simple, as in the Indicative. Preterit
Preterit, Sing. I were; thou wert; he were; Piur. We were 5 ye were ; they were.
Preterit compound. I have been, &c. Future. ... Preterit. To have been. Par.present
. Being. Par.preterit. Having been. Indicative Mood. I was loved, &c. Passive
t, smet'; ; for plac'd, snatco'd, fish'd, wak'd, dwel'd, smel'd; or placed, snatched,
fibed, waked, dwelled, smelled. Those words which terminate in 1 or ll, or p,
make their preterit in t, even in solemn language; as crept, felt, dwell; sometimes
after r, ...
Draw, know, grow, throw, blow, crow like a cock, fly, slay, see, ly, make their
preterit drew, knew, grew, threw, blew, crew, fiew, slew, saw, lay; their participles
passive by n, drawn, known, grown, thrown, blown, Aown, slain, seen, lien, lain.
The preterit and participle of Bless. Peace to thy gentle shade, and endless rest!
Blest in thy genius, in thy love too blesi / Pope. Blew. The preterit of blow. The rest
fled into a strong tower, where, seeing no remedy, they desperately blow up ...
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