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Definition of "dighting" [dighting]

  • Present participle of dight. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "dighting" in a sentence
  • "When it was over, the two knights and Sir Aymeris turned them heartily to dighting the war against the Red Hold, and less than a month thereafter was the hosting at the Castle of the"
  • "But thou wilt need women-servants to help thee, both in dighting the house for thee (for this big old carle here will be scarce meet thereto) and as apprentices to help thee about the work itself; and if thou wilt, I shall seek the best ones out for thee."
  • "Morton, as he followed her into the room, underwent a rebuke for not “dighting his shune,” which showed that Ailie had not relinquished her habits of authority."
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