Simple past tense and past participle of saye.(verb)
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Use "saide" in a sentence
"Yet one thinge more, and it please your Maiestie, there resteth to be saide, which is, that all the victories of your progenitours, or the conquestes which your selfe hath made be to small purpose, if you doe not keepe them and increase them, the keeping of a thing gotten being of no lesse glory and praise then the conquest."
"But somehow the question is: is he crazy or is the world crazy? saide Verbinski."
"As for talk shows, I prefer to watch the late night talk shows, and as for game shows …. well neither of these venues can replace drama, so as I saide .."