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- Second-person singular simple past form of get. verb
The word "gottest" in example sentences
But they would not listen to his words and took my brother, dragging him along on his face, and set him before the Governor who asked him, “Whence gottest thou these stuffs and monies?”. [The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night]
We asked, “And how gottest thou her?” and he answered, “I had a rare adventure with her.”. [The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night]
Abdullah, “O man (Allah bless thee in all He hath bestowed on thee!), no harm shall befal thee; but tell me truly, whence gottest thou these jewels; for I am a King yet have I not the like of them.”. [The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night]
Then asked Abu Kir, “Whence gottest thou this high degree?”. [The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night]
Smartly said! says he: Where a d — — l gottest thou, at these years, all this knowledge?. [Pamela]
“Well, for my part,” said Lady Davers, “thou art a strange girl: where, as my brother once said, gottest thou all this?”. [Pamela]
Pretty-face, where gottest thou all thy knowledge, and thy good notions, at these years?. [Pamela]
Said she, Thou art as witty as any lady in the land; I wonder where thou gottest it.. [Pamela]
Bird, singing at the peep of morn, where gottest thou thy song?. [Here are Ladies]
"Tell me, honest pilgrim, where thou gottest this ring?" she asked him.. [Legends That Every Child Should Know; a Selection of the Great Legends of All Times for Young People]
Go shift, where thou couldest, thou gottest nothing there.. [A Select Collection of Old English Plays, Volume 2]
Then he returned to the dyer, whom he found asleep; so he roused him; and when Abu Kir awoke, he saw at his head an abundance of bread and cheese and olives and botargoes and said, "Whence gottest thou all this?". [Arabian nights. English]
We asked, "And how gottest thou her?" and he answered, "I had a rare adventure with her.". [Arabian nights. English]
Hereat waxing sore ashamed and confounded, he exclaimed, "Now do I believe thy words: nevertheless must thou admit that thou hast earned one half of this thy prodigious wealth with the two hundred gold pieces I gave thee after our second visit, and the other half by means of the mite thou gottest from Sa'd.". [Arabian nights. English]
But they would not listen to his words and took my brother, dragging him along on his face, and set him before the Governor who asked him, "Whence gottest thou these stuffs and monies?". [Arabian nights. English]
Ma'aruf, I admire whence thou gottest these jewels whose like the. [Arabian nights. English]