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Use "forfoughten" in a sentence
"Sir knight, said the two brethren, we are forfoughten and much blood have we lost through our wilfulness, and therefore we would be loath to have ado with you."
"Sir, said a knight, set on Arthur for they are weary and forfoughten and we be fresh."
"-- I'm sitten down here, after seven-and-forty miles 'ridin', e'en as forjesket and forniaw'd as a forfoughten cock, to gie ye some notion o 'my land lowper-like stravaguin sin the sorrowfu' hour that I sheuk hands and parted wi 'auld Reekie."