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Literary usage of Runed
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Language Lessons: An Introductory Grammar and Composition for Intermediate by William Swinton (1876)
"The dog got runed over by a cart. The dog got out of the pound. ... There is no such word as runed. He meant that the dog was run over. ..."
2. Something New, Comprising a New and Perfect Alphabet Containing 40 Distinct by Michael H. Barton (1833)
"... I run, I runed, I have runed. Adverbs to be all formed from adjectives,, (or as I call them ..."
3. Library of Southern Literature by John Calvin Metcalf (1909)
"The Sound of Water, a witch who crooned Her spells to the rocks the rain had runed. And the Gleam of the Dew on the fern's green tip Was a sylvan passing ..."
4. Poet Lore (1921)
"... spell-bound, through the ages, They spring forth at last, Potent spirits, To man's wistful need; Strange stones, tide-runed, From the depths of the sea; ..."