Definition of Endited
1. endite [v] - See also: endite
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Literary usage of Endited
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Proceedings and Ordinances of the Privy Council of England by Great Britain Privy Council, Great Britain Record Commission (1837)
"... and had endited him of the same. [Ibid, at Grafton, 30th August, 32 Hen.VIII. 1540. ... endited ..."
2. The Myroure of Oure Ladye: Containing a Devotional Treatise on Divine by Thomas Gascoigne, John Henry Blunt (1873)
"For lyke as our lorde Ihesu crist which is one god with the father & the holy gost endited the ... He that hath endited the ..."
3. Legislation by Three of the Thirteen Stanleys, Kings of Man: Acts of Sir by William Mackenzie (1860)
"... endited certaine persones then the ... will discover to them that be endited and take them that are soe ..."
4. The Isle of Man, Or, The Legal Proceedings in Manshire Against Sin: Wherein by Richard Bernard (1803)
"Moreover, an Inquest, or Grand Jury there must be, by whose verdict the offender is endited, and made a lawful ... If the latter, the prisoner is endited, ..."