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The word "livedst" in example sentences
I pray thee, tell me if it is true, that thou livedst a hundred and forty years after this adventure.. [A Philosophical Dictionary]
That while thou livedst thou madest the Forests ring,. [The Lives of the Most Famous English Poets (1687)]
Pass now unto that life first, that which thou livedst under thy grandfather, then under thy mother, then under thy father.. [Meditations]
The which treasure, if it should chance to be stolen, and thou ignorant of the theft shouldst die ten years after: all that ten years space that thou livedst after thy money was stolen, what matter was it to thee, whether it had been taken away or else safe as thou leftest it?. [The Second Book. Of their journeying or travelling abroad, with divers other matters cunningly reasoned, and wittily discussed]
And because thou servedst not the Lord thy God when thou livedst in security, thou shalt serve him in hunger, in thirst, in nakedness and in want; and He shall put a yoke of iron upon thy neck, until. [The Road to Damascus]
The village where thou livedst was all apprised of the fact; and neighbour after neighbour kissed thy pudding-cheek, and gave thee, as handsel, silver or copper coins, on that the first gala-day of thy existence.. [Sartor Resartus, and On Heroes, Hero-Worship, and the Heroic in History]
And thus thou hast corrupted thy wisdom by reason of the brightness, the pomp and splendour, wherein thou livedst.. [Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume IV (Isaiah to Malachi)]
That while thou livedst thou madest the Forests ring,. [The Lives of the Most Famous English Poets]
While thou livedst, never a glance of thine might I have; wherefore, now that thou art dead, 'tis but right that I go take a kiss from thee.. [The Decameron, Volume II]
60 In thy youthful years, that while yet thou livedst. [Beowulf An Anglo-Saxon Epic Poem]