Definition of Dicted
1. dict [v] - See also: dict
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Literary usage of Dicted
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Curiosities of the Law Reporters by Franklin Fiske Heard (1871)
"... dicted; and I recommend you to give your verdict for the party who called those six witnesses. ..."
2. California Jurisprudence: A Complete Statement of the Law and Practice of by William Mark McKinney (1922)
"... dicted and conclusive proofs of the prosecution compel the application of the constitutional provision.19 § 599. Harmless Error in Admission. ..."
3. Sacred Classics: Or, Cabinet Library of Divinity by Richard Cattermole, Henry Stebbing (1834)
"... dicted influence over us, and death will come upon us like an unexpected enemy. The contents of the volume to which we now direct the reader's attention ..."
4. The Relation of Jesus to His Age and Our Own by Joseph Estlin Carpenter (1895)
"... dicted religion of all men. But there will be cause for satisfaction if it win to its side the noble, the truth- loving, the men who have a passion for ..."